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Nomura’s dealing room applauds, Nikkei average surpasses bubble-era closing price | Reuters

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Nomura’s dealing room applauds, Nikkei average surpasses bubble-era closing price | Reuters

[1/2]On the morning of February 22nd, when the Nikkei Stock Average briefly exceeded its highest closing price on the Tokyo stock market, the dealing room of Nomura Securities in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo was filled with applause. The photo shows a stock price board in Tokyo. Photographed on the 19th (2024 Reuters/Issei Kato)

TOKYO (Reuters) – The dealing room of Nomura Securities in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo was filled with applause on the morning of the 22nd, when the Nikkei Stock Average briefly exceeded its highest closing price on the Tokyo stock market. The Nikkei average rose to 38,924 yen just after 10 a.m. during trading hours, surpassing its highest closing price set on December 29, 1989, for the first time in 34 years.

In Nomura’s dealing room, traders stood up and cheered. As the Nikkei average quickly narrowed its rise, I sat down and faced the monitor again.

On this day, the Nikkei Stock Average rose significantly from a close position due to the strong results of US semiconductor giant Nvidia (NVDA.O), opens new tab. Even when the stock came within 70 sen of its closing price, the loud voices of traders could be heard in Nomura’s dealing room.

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