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Japanese stocks rose; as of the close, the Nikkei 225 index rose 0.09% by Investing.com

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© Reuters. Japanese stocks rose; as of the close, the Nikkei 225 index rose 0.09%

Investing.com-The Japanese stock market closed higher on Monday, with rising sectors such as Harmony and others leading the stock index higher.

At the close in Tokyo, it rose 0.09%.

The best performing stock in China was Japan Steel Works Ltd (T:), which rose 7.06% (225.0 points) and closed at 3410.0. At the same time, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (T:) rose 4.18% (195.0 points) to close at 4865.0; Japan Post (T:) rose 3.98% (290.0 points) to close at 7570.0 in late trading.

The weakest stock on the disk was Chiyoda Corp. (T:), which fell 4.76% (19.0 points) and closed at 380.0. International Petroleum Development Emperor Stone (T:) fell 4.47% (43.0 points) to close at 920.0; Nissan Motor (Nissan) (T:) fell 3.41% (21.7 points) at the close, quoting 614.5.

On the Tokyo Stock Exchange, 1816 stocks rose, more than the number of declining stocks-1695. At the same time, 249 stocks remained unchanged and remained basically the same.

Used to measure the implied volatility of Nikkei 225 index options remained unchanged from 0% to 18.53, a record low in nearly one month.

The price of WTI crude oil futures January options contract fell 0.14% (0.11 points) to $75.83. As for the remaining futures, the price of the London Brent crude oil futures contract for January delivery fell 0.35% (0.28 points) to US$78.61, while the December gold futures contract fell 0.42% (7.85) to US$1,84.75.

USD/JPY rose 0.24% to 114.25; at the same time, EUR/JPY rose 0.04% to 128.71.

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The dollar index futures rose 0.18% to 96.203.

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