Tokyo Stock Exchange turns into the red after profit-taking

Tokyo Stock Exchange

Investors in Asia head into the weekend profit-taking.

(Photo: dpa)

Such The Tokyo stock exchange trended weaker on Friday. The Nikkei of the 225 leading values ​​fell by 0.2 percent to 28,145 points by late morning. The broader Topix lost 0.6 percent to 1,828 meters. Traders spoke of profit-taking. In addition, investors had made adjustments to their portfolios at the end of the month.

In Far Eastern trade, the euro fell slightly against the dollar. The European single currency last cost $ 1,2100. The US currency barely moved against the yen and was quoted at 104.47 yen. The Swiss franc was quoted at around 0.8894 francs per dollar and around 1.0766 francs per euro.
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