Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) was established in 1878. It is home to the Japanese excellence, including Toyota, Sony and Panasonic. TSE is open to the general public. You can enjoy the English guided tour as well. Please feel free to contact me, if you have any requests regarding the contents.
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Watch this video to learn more about Japan Exchange Group, Inc. (JPX), home to Japan’s equities market operator: Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. (TSE). Also learn about other key members of JPX Group: derivatives market operator, Osaka Exchange (OSE); our exchange quality control center, Japan Exchange Regulation (JPX-R); and, the clearing servicer, Japan Securities Clearing Corporation (JSCC).
Japanese/English The Tokyo stock exchange bid farewell to floor trading on Friday and welcomed in computerised trading to take the world's second biggest economy into the year 2000. During the late 1980s, the daily frenzy on the floor of the Tokyo Stock Exchange was a symbol of Japan's energetic economy. But with the country in recession - stock exchange officials say using computers will be a more economical way of running the country's economy. The end of an era for these workers, carrying out floor trading for the last time. From tomorrow computers rather than people will be running the exchange. The decision to make the change comes in the wake of the Asian financial crisis which has plunged Japan into recession. The use of computers and cost-cutting are putting an end to the 120-year old tradition of face-to-face trading on Asia's largest exchange. Floor trading is still done in New York and Frankfurt, Germany, but other major exchanges have already gone electronic. Since 1986, stock exchanges in Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and Paris have closed their trading floors. The last deal in the Tokyo Stock Exchange was made at 0300gmt on Friday. Stock exchange officials held a special closing ceremony to mark the end of an era. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "It has been 120 years since the birth of stock market in this country. Since then, this trading floor has been the place where people meet and stock price to be determined and to be informed to public. This place has also been the symbol of economy." SUPER CAPTION: Mitsuhide Yamaguchi, Chairman, Tokyo Stock Exchange Stocks have been traded on the Tokyo exchange since 1878, though the market was closed for almost four years from 1945 as the country focused its attention on waging war.. The huge open floor of the Tokyo bourse was once crowded with more than 2-thousand traders fighting for position as they used a complex sign language to buy and sell stocks. On Friday, after the end of the trading day, a closing ceremony with confetti and party noisemakers was held. A dozen securities-industry veterans demonstrated what is soon to be a lost art - trading by hand signals with which (m) millions of dollars worth of shares could be bought with the wave of a finger. Securities companies began switching to faster and more reliable electronic trading systems in the early 1980s. By last year, any Japanese stock could be bought and sold electronically while fewer than 10 percent could be traded directly on the floor. Only about 100 employees still worked there and floor trading accounted for a scant 0.2 percent of Tokyo volume. Trading floor veterans said the shift to computers was inevitable, especially because of the growing complexity of financial markets. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "I cannot tell how lively the market is going to be. I have concerns over that." SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) " I worked here for 40 years. This is nothing but sad farewell to me." SUPER CAPTION: Voxpop Much has changed since the formal stock exchanged opened. In the early years traders wore kimono and wooden shoes and exchange officials tallied transactions with abacuses. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5c5b253b1e56bed07eef942f1d6607dd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs FT senior investment commentator John Authers examines why Japan’s stock market had such a volatile week. He looks at the effect of large sales orders by sovereign wealth funds affected by the low oil price. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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Natural Sound The Japanese stock market has reacted with only moderate losses by Tuesday afternoon after the Dow Jones industrial average plunged following off-the-cuff remarks by the Japanese prime minister on a visit to the United States. Wall Street stocks fell sharply after a perceived threat by Japan to dump U-S bonds, alluded to in comments by Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto. This time it was Japan's turn to take some steam out of the U-S stock market. A half-year after Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan alarmed Japanese financial traders with his now-famous "irrational exuberance" code words for a possible interest- rate increase, Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto showed he could wallop Wall Street. In a seemingly off-the-cuff response to a question at Columbia University Monday, Hashimoto suggested Japan might sell some of its vast U-S Treasury bond holdings if the United States doesn't help Japan stabilise exchange rates between the dollar and the yen. That would flood the market and increase the supply of dollars. The remarks, made through an interpreter, didn't sound serious, but in a reflection of acute Wall Street nerves over how fast the stock market has risen, Hashimoto fed the worst point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average since the 508-point drop in the crash nearly a decade ago. The mild reaction Tuesday in Japan when markets opened appeared to show Japanese traders were down playing the significance of Hashimoto's remarks. Dollar and stock prices slipped only slightly by midday. The benchmark Nikkei Stock Average of 225 selected issues shed 189-point-42 points, or 0-point-93 per cent, to 20,246-point-72 points at the end of the morning session. Hashimoto's aides later said he was misunderstood. They said he only wants close cooperation with the United States, a theme both countries emphasised at the just-concluded Summit of the Eight. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bfc9f01f383ea0038911bfc0f9a928a6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Let's learn about TSE briefly. Watch this video before you visit TSE. Contents ・A brief history ・Market centers explanation such as Checker plate and beautiful cylinder ・Ringing a famous bell ・Why is an executive ringing a bell 5 times? ・Key leading indicators ・An IPO celebration; First Section market. Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc is located in near Tokyo station. And so Take it easy to visit. Let’s give it a try. Thanks.
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(22 Nov 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Mid of Tokyo Stock Exchange President Atsushi Saito and Osaka Securities Exchange President Michio Yoneda walking into news conference 2. Cutaway of cameras 3. Wide of news conference 4. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Atsushi Saito, President, Tokyo Stock Exchange Group Inc. "Japan will fall behind if we speak just of the differences between Tokyo and Osaka. That is why I think merging Osaka, which is strong on derivatives, with Tokyo, which is strong on cash equity trading, will be best for Japan." 5. Cutaway of reporters 6. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Michio Yoneda, President, Osaka Securities Exchange Co. "We'll be able to adapt to changing external conditions by taking advantage of the strengths of both exchanges through the merger and creating a new exchange. I think this is the best way to boost Japan's competitiveness." 7. Various of Saito and Yoneda shaking hands 8. Wide of the Tokyo Stock Exchange 9. Various of the building's exteriors 10. Various of the Tokyo Stock Exchange's interiors 11. Various of electronic ticker showing stock prices STORYLINE As global competition between bourse operators intensifies, the Tokyo Stock Exchange is making a 1.1 (b) billion US dollar offer for its Osaka rival under a plan to join the two markets by January 2013. The Tokyo Stock Exchange Group Inc. said on Tuesday it will pay 480-thousand yen (6,239 US dollars) for each share of Osaka Securities Exchange Co. in a tender offer. The TSE wants to buy between half and two-thirds of OSE's 270-thousand issued shares. The offer represents a 14 percent premium to OSE's closing price on Monday. Japan's bourses are joining forces at a time of increasing competition and consolidation among the world's stock exchanges. Deutsche Boerse and NYSE Euronext are awaiting European Union approval of their merger, which would create the world's largest exchange operator. The Tokyo Stock Exchange is the world's No. 3 exchange by market capitalisation of its listed companies, behind NYSE Euronext and Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. The two Japanese companies said in a joint statement the deal would bolster Japan's role as an international financial centre and serve as a "step toward the revitalisation of the Japanese economy." "Japan will fall behind if we speak just of the differences between Tokyo and Osaka," TSE president Atsushi Saito told reporters at a joint news conference with Osaka Securities Exchange President Michio Yoneda in Tokyo. "That is why I think merging Osaka, which is strong on derivatives, with Tokyo, which is strong on cash equity trading, will be best for Japan," he added. The TSE dominates cash equity trading, while the OSE specialises in derivatives. By integrating trading systems, they estimate savings of seven (b) billion yen (90.8 (m) million US dollars). The resulting company will be known as Japan Exchange Group Inc. Saito will serve as the new company's chief executive, while Yoneda will act as chief operating officer. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/dddf0644504ee56f1fb98da7e9d3bb41 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A short, visual explanation of Japan's debt crisis. Addogram YouTube has now been changed to Adlove YouTube. (Same creator.) To learn about Adlove visit https://adlove.com. Credits: Inspired by the work of Kyle Bass of Hayman Capital (http://www.haymancapitalmanagement.com/). Music: "Sounds Like A" by DoKashiteru (http://ccmixter.org/files/DoKashiteru/21179) is licensed under a Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/nc-sampling+/1.0/). Icons: Largely courtesy of New Mediators (http://newmediators.com/references/new-mediators-icons) under a Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/).
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T/I: 10:00:30 An armed man at the Tokyo Stock Exhange released his sole hostage unhurt after a tense standoff with police Tuesday (13/01). He was taken into custody minutes later. SHOWS: TOKYO, JAPAN, VS ext. of stock exchange; swat team, heavily armed, preparing to enter the building; cu riot shields; cu policemen; people outside building; INT. Tokyo Stock Exchange; traders on the floor; cu clock, saying 3.00 pm local time; bell ringing , announcing that because of the hostage problem traders should leave from the South Gate, only one exit for them (trading continued despite the hostage crisis) ; traders talking; WS trade floor; announcement being made; traders leaving the floor; cu board at closing: 1, 121.62 press outside the building; 2.50 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6ced322603944aba385186878bb9b510 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Never Stop! ― Upgrading the cash market trading platform "arrowhead" in the quest for world-class reliability -Fujitsu Journal http://journal.jp.fujitsu.com/en/2015/10/13/01/ -Fujitsu Technology and Service Vision http://www.fujitsu.com/global/vision/customerstories/tokyo-stock-exchange/index.html
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Japanese/Nat An armed man took a hostage at the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Tuesday, barricading himself and a ministry official in one of the main offices. Police said the man - thought to be carrying either a pistol or a knife - burst into the exchange, seized the official and demanded a meeting with the Japanese Finance Minister. A police officer at the scene said at least one shot was fired but it was not clear who did the shooting. A police spokesman said the hostage was Mashahiro Abe, a Finance Ministry official attached to the Tokyo exchange. The armed man reportedly demanded a meeting with Japan's Finance Minister and the suspension of trading on the Stock Exchange - neither of the demands have been met. Police were reportedly trying to persuade the man, in his thirties, to surrender. Riot police in bullet-proof vests and helmets stood in front of the Stock Exchange, and a crowd of 100 or so people had gathered outside. Several police vehicles lined the street and special agents carrying hammers and other gear appeared to be preparing to break into the governor's office if necessary. A stock exchange spokesman Yasuo Sakuragi said that although police kept the building under close guard, trading continued until the regular closing time of 3 p.m. The office of the exchange's governor is on the 14th floor of the building, while trading is done on the lower floors. The Tokyo exchange is at the centre of the capital's crowded financial district in the central part of the city. Roads near the exchange remained open. It was unclear if the assault was linked to recent losses on the exchange. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5871f8b7f6d7f36b74e30d4be3aef2e1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Jap/Eng/Nat The great European single currency experiment starts on Friday, and dealers on the Tokyo Foreign Exchange are busy with preparations for the first day of trading. The world's markets are closed for the New Year holidays and will reopen on Monday the 4th January. Due to their time zone, traders in Asia will be the first to deal in the new currency. Traders in Japan - the worlds second largest economic power - are looking forward to the birth of the new currency. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "Tokyo has been always reacting against US dollars. However, from now onwards, we can react against Euro. That means that we can choose one of two currencies. It certainly widens choice, but at the same time, Japanese banks will be required to study harder. We are also concerned of the relative decline of yen status." SUPER CAPTION:Hiroyuki Fukushima, Manager, Spot Euro Yen section, Tokyo Forex Co. With the introduction of Euro, the single European currency, many in Japan expect to see the beginnings of a new economic super state - one with a GDP the same size as that of the United States. The world's third largest car maker, Toyota, is aiming high at this new target. As the domestic demand plunges sharply amidst the worst recession since the second world war, Toyota has to heavily rely on its sales from abroad. SOUNDBITE: (English) "What we would like to see is the stability of a currency rather than which way it should go and once the stability - which I believe will be achieved - is established then it'll be much easier for us to do business." SUPER CAPTION: Yoshimi Inaba, Director, Member of the Board, Europe and Africa Division, Toyota Motor Corporation The European automobile market has seen drastic restructuring. Non-European car makers without a distribution network will find it hard to become a significant player. Currently, Toyota occupies only 3% share of sales in Europe but is determined to improve its standing - deciding to invest 8-hundred and eighty-1 (m) million U-S dollars in a second European plant. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Of course Europe as a single consolidated market is the biggest in the world. So there's no doubt its one of the most important market for us and that's why we have been committing ourselves to European market by establishing a second plant and by doing a much more proper job in Europe." SUPER CAPTION:Yoshimi Inaba Individuals will also benefit from the launch of the Euro. 1999 will see the launch of the Euro travellers cheque, giving Tourists less hastle over which of the 11 old currencies to take when travelling to Europe. SOUNDBITE:(English) "The Euro travellers cheque gives them that added convenience and added benefit, obviously of allowing them now to not have the concern and worry of having to stock a variety of currency travellers cheques. Having the one traveller's cheque to allow them to conduct their spending in a variety of European destinations." SUPER CAPTION: Gordon Price, Development Manager, Thomas Cook Group Ltd. More than 1.7 (m) million Japanese tourists travel to Europe every year. And the Euro, and the Euro travellers cheque, is expected to make life much easier. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8a469f8bdc084d754c5b30326389892f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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1. Mid of the Japan Exchange Group (JPX) logo being unveiled 2. Wide of audience clapping 3. Close up of logo 4. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Atsushi Saito, CEO of the Japan Exchange Group: "By promoting IPO's (Initial Public Offerings), developing new products and through other endeavours, we want to expand our lineup of listed products that are attractive, and also work on expanding settlements and clearance of transactions. We will aim to be Asia's number one exchange, to become the chosen market of the world's investors." 5. Close up of the exchange bell being rung 6. Mid of a woman in kimono ringing bell 7. Cutaway of visitors taking a photograph 8. Mid of Tokyo Stock Exchange officials clapping, pull out to audience applauding 9. Wide of electronic exchange board 10. Close up of the Nikkei 225 figures 11. Mid of Nikkei and Topix figures 12. Wide of exchange employees posing in front of bell 13. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Akiko Ito, Japan Exchange Group employee: "The market just opened the year with a very high value, so I hope it would rally further, aiming higher to 11,000, or even 12,000 yen per share." 14. Wide of the exchange STORYLINE: Japan opened its stock exchange for the first time in 2013, ringing in the new years with triple digit gains on Friday after being closed for extended holidays. The benchmark Nikkei Average opening the year's trading at 10,604.50, up 209.32 from last year's close. Shares rose across the board as investors were relieved that lawmakers in the US passed a bill to avoid a combination of government spending cuts and tax increases called the "fiscal cliff," as well as hopes that the Bank of Japan may ease monetary policy further. Last year, Japanese stocks were weighed down by the yen's prolonged advance against the US dollar and a struggling economy marred by the earthquake and tsunami disaster of March 2011. The Japan Exchange Group Inc. (JPX) is the holding company of the Tokyo and Osaka bourses, launched on 1 January. The two bourses complement each other; the TSE dominates cash equity trading, while the OSE specialises in derivatives. By integrating trading systems, JPX estimates a saving of 7 billion yen (90.8 million US dollars). You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2cdb73e1b1d10357d12dc3454f90d4c7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A “rakugo” (traditional Japanese comedic storytelling) performance took place in the world’s fourth-largest bourse, the Tokyo Stock Exchange, on Nov. 27, 2017. Read more: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2017/12/27/national/tokyos-kabutocho-financial-district-gets-creative-bid-revive-quiet-streets/ SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://goo.gl/mExQt7 VISIT OUR WEBSITE: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thejapantimes FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/japantimes LEARN ABOUT JAPAN TIMES DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS: http://members.japantimes.co.jp/sub/
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(4 Jan 2017) The Tokyo Stock Exchange opened on Wednesday for its first trading session of the year with a traditional bell ringing ceremony. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index opened at 19298.68, up 184.31 points from its previous trading session. The floor was packed by the traders and the trading company officials – many of them are dressed in colorfull Kimono, Japan's traditional costume, to wish for an auspicious trading year. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6bd51f2b55411286cf433354fd32a29a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Tokyo Stock Exchange, which is called Tōshō or TSE/TYO for short, is a stock exchange located in Tokyo, Japan. It is the fourth largest stock exchange in the world by aggregate market capitalization of its listed companies, and largest in Asia. IBM Hakozaki Facility (ＩＢＭ箱崎ビル or 三井倉庫箱崎ビル) in Nihonbashi-Hakozaki-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, is IBM's largest building in Japan, in terms of the number of people working there. It mainly houses IBM's marketing and market support departments, and, since October 2009, headquarters, which moved from Roppongi, Tokyo. #tokyostockexchange #tokyoibm
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T/I: 10:05:21 Tokyo share prices dropped sharply in Friday morning trading, taking their cue from a drop on Wall Street. The US dollar tumbled against the yen. The Nikkei Stock Average fell 456.28 points, or 3.2 percent, to close the morning session at 13,749.50 points. The fall reversed the gains the Nikkei made on Thursday, when it added 415.97 points, or 3.02 percent. The dollar cost 135.03 yen as of late Friday morning, down 1.77 yen from late Thursday in Tokyo and also slightly below its level of 135.10 yen in New York. SHOWS: VS traders at Tokyo Stock Exchange; VS currency traders; SOT, English, analyst "The economy is extremely weak, the fiscal policy measures have so far had no impact on growth. You see big declines in consumption and capital investment exports, that kind of thing, so it is a very weak situation and I think that the Bank of Japan should be quite concerned"; VS shoppers in street market; Japanese Cabinet meeting. 2.06 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/24fd1e7d3bdfa9cfe9fc23cc5163a0e6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Natural Sound XFA The U-S dollar was higher against the yen on Monday morning after finance authorities from Japan, the United States and Europe intervened in currency markets on Friday to defend the struggling euro. Tokyo stocks were sharply higher. The U-S dollar was trading at 107.66 yen on the Tokyo foreign exchange market at 3 p-m (0600 GMT) on Monday - up 0.68 yen from late on Friday, but below its late New York level of 107.84 yen. The benchmark Nikkei Stock Average of 225 issues closed up 174.65 points, or 1.10 percent from Friday, to 15,992.90 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Monday. On Friday, the average closed down 492.8 points, or 3.02 percent. In currency dealings, the dollar largely carried over its strength against the Japanese currency from Friday in New York following the three central banks' action. SOUNDBITE: (English) "Markets rallied very sharply up around five percent - a complete turnaround from last week's disaster". SUPER CAPTION: Howard Gorges, Director South China Brokerage On Friday, officials from the European Central Bank, the U-S Federal Reserve Board and the Bank of Japan meeting in Prague teamed up to support the euro in currency markets. SOUNDBITE: (English) "There are several factors, the most important is that the U-S are releasing oil from its reserves, so that's going to bring down the price of oil. Secondly, the Euro, which has been under pressure, now looks to be supported by the main central banks, so that should help confidence in Europe and also help restore some confidence in earning prospects." SUPER CAPTION: Howard Gorges, Director South China Brokerage The greenback rose against the yen because the Bank of Japan can only pay for the European currency in dollars. The intervention increases the B-O-J's demand for the U-S currency. The euro was traded at 94.80 yen, up from 92.44 yen late on Friday in Tokyo. On the stock market, the Nikkei index bounced back on bargain-hunting following Friday's sharp falls. The broader Tokyo Stock Price Index of all issues listed on the first section was up 11.31 points, or 0.78 percent, to 1,478.24. The TOPIX closed down 46.78 points, or 3.09 percent, on Friday. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond rose to 1.8650 percent, up from its finish of 1.8600 percent on Friday. Its price fell 0.05 point to 100.29. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d345bc9b6258848862fa0d4ecabc02a1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Natural Sound The Nikkei Stock Average closed at 17,534.44 points, down 195.90 points, or 1.10 per cent, on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Friday. The dollar traded lower against the yen on Friday buying 117.26 yen, down 1.18 yen from late on Thursday in Tokyo. Traders said the dollar was under selling pressure amid renewed concerns of U-S inflation sparked by U-S Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan warnings about what he called "euphoria" in the markets. Proof if it was needed of how inextricably bound are the world's financial markets. U-S Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on Thursday's warnings about over-valuation of U-S share prices sent stocks tumbling on Wall Street. It also saw the dollar fall relative to the yen. Far from being good news for Japan, this makes Japanese exports more expensive and hinders Japan's efforts to struggle out of a long recession. Japanese stocks closed 1.1 per cent down at 17534.44. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e6917cd4dceead78edc9790227ab4a9f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Indias biggest stock exchange (Mumbai) performs much better than the stock exchanges of all the other major countries! It is a very positve sign for the future of the economy of India and a promise for more investments in India. Today I am going to compare the performance of the largest stock exchange in India, that is the Mumbai stock exchange, to the performance of the stock exchange indexes of New York City, Shanghai, Tokyo, Moscow and Frankfort. Spoiler alert; India beats all of them. The biggest stock exchange of India easily wins from all the other superpowers. India gains the largest profit in both a 5 year timeframe and in the short timeframe being the year to date. Other spoiler alert; the western media, as usual, give me the impression that they try to avoid the conclusion that India has the best performing stock exchange of all the major economies in the world. Because there have already been news reports to downtalk the success of the Indian stock exchange. So predictable. Thanks for watching! Like this video if you like India! And subscribe to this channel if you want me to make more video's with a positive approach towards India!
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Japan's SoftBank Group celebrated its listing on Tokyo Stock Exchange on December 18. The December 19 initial public offering on the Tokyo Stock Exchange will likely raise more than 2 trillion yen ($18 billion) and will be one of the world's biggest share offerings, rivaling that of China's Alibaba Group, which went public in 2014. For more info, please go to https://globalnews.ca/tag/japan/ Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20fcXDc Like Global News on Facebook HERE: http://bit.ly/255GMJQ Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Toz8mt
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On the fourth day of the experiential study tour, the 5 participants competed in the hectic and dynamic ambiance of Tokyo Stock Exchange (JPX) during the Stock Trading simulation to later on fill their empty stomach with their artsy hand-made Totoro Bento at Washocook. #UnlockingYou Project Tokyo 11-15 February 2018 What did they do during the 5-day experiential journey in Tokyo? - Duel with Sumo - Taiko Workshop at Taiko Lab Asakusa - Japanese Tea Ceremony and Yukata Wearing Workshop - Stock Trading Simulation at Tokyo Stock Exchange - Anime Bento Workshop - LINE HQ Visit Vooya aims to assist the young generation (from Junior and Senior High to College and Degree Holders) to find their true passion by experiencing multidisciplinary subjects first-hand. Interested to have your first experiential study tour to discover your passion? Reach us: Vooya - Passion without Borders Darmawangsa Square, Jakarta www.vooya.id | @thevooyager +62 818 520 900
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A visit to the Tokyo Stock Exchange two times on the same day in June 1990 - once before it was jumping, and then again later (after going out for lunch), when the trading was roaring along. There are different ways of determining how long the bubble economy lasted, with some saying at the end of 1989, and others the early months of 1991. On the day I visited in June 1990, there was no sign of gloom, there was clapping on the floor, and it's obvious that many thought the high times could somehow continue. Also in this clip is a cashier manually entering the price at a cash register, me having a glass of "ice coffee", and views of a vast sea of trucks on the elevated expressways. Also notice how the high school girls visiting the stock exchange all have very long skirts. It was right around this time (maybe a year later) that I remember seeing the first set of mini-skirt uniform schoolgirls, which would have been unthinkable in the eighties. Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon http://www5d.biglobe.ne.jp/~LLLtrs/ http://uk.youtube.com/lylehsaxon
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1. Various shots of Tokyo Stock Exchange officials and guests at hand-clapping ceremony to celebrate end-of-year trading 2. Close up people clapping 3. Top shot Tokyo Stock Exchange trading floor 4. Various shots of last day of trading at the Tokyo Stock Exchange 5. Taizo Nishimura, President and CEO of the Tokyo Stock Exchange bowing on stage ahead of speech 6. Audience 7. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Taizo Nishimura, President and CEO of Tokyo Stock Exchange: "With the recovery of company results, stock prices went up this year. The environment surrounding the market is quite booming." 8. Various of monitors showing stock prices 9. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Vox pop, Tokyo Stock Exchange: "I sense a little bit that the bubble economy may come back. So, I hope the economy will recover without experiencing excesses." 10. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Vox pop, Tokyo Stock Exchange: "This year, I felt that economy recovered. I hope that this continues like this, for the better." 11. Various exterior shots of Tokyo Stock Exchange STORYLINE: Japanese stocks continued to rise amid optimism about a recovery in the world's second largest economy, traders said. Stocks ended lower on Friday, the last trading session of 2005, but the market's main index held onto a five-year high. Tokyo Stock Exchange officials held a traditional hand clapping ceremony to celebrate the end of year results. Adding to the upbeat outlook was the government's forecast this week that the economy would pull out of deflation sometime next year, ending the spiral of declining prices that has undercut corporate profits, hurt wages and prolonged the economic slump. President and CEO of Tokyo Stock Exchange, Taizo Nishimura, described the economy as "booming". But others were more cautious, with some warning of the possibility of the return of the "bubble economy", where extraordinary economic growth in the 1980s was followed by a collapse in the 1990s, and a 15-year slump. Japanese financial markets will be closed from December 31 through January 3 for the New Year's holidays. The markets will reopen on January 4th. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/62a186566987eef559516c69c8b37e82 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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(29 Dec 2017) A ceremony was held at the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Friday to mark the last day of trading for 2017. Yuta Iyama, a professional Japanese Go player, was invited to ring the closing bell. Akira Kiyota, Chief Executive Officer of Japan Exchange Group, said that Tokyo's bourse has been stable despite various "uncertain factors" in 2017 - citing US President Donald Trump assuming office, European elections, and North Korea's missile launches and nuclear tests. The benchmark Nikkei 225 Index closed at 22,764.94, down 0.08 percent from the previous day but up 19 percent from the beginning of the year. The Tokyo Stock Exchange will reopen on 4 January, 2018. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c981dfc9ba3dd1e7bd198308d39db09f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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English/Nat Tokyo share prices shed much of their early gains on Monday after investors decided to take advantage of quick profits. The benchmark Nikkei Stock Average lost 4.74 points, or 0.03 percent, closing the day at 16,918.51. On Friday, the average rose 257.37 points, or 1.54 percent. Japanese stocks rose on Monday morning, led by electronics stocks. That buying followed a string of strong earnings results released last week by technology companies in the United States. But despite the early market surge, the Nikkei Stock Average closed down at the end of the day, retreating below the 17-thousand mark. SOUNDBITE: (English) "I think 17-thousand is going to continue to be a major psychological barrier and breaking through that. Once you break through that significantly the market can rise again to say 19-thousand. Sixteen-thousand, 17-thousand for some reason is very difficult. There are a lot of cross holdings that tend to get sold at that level, a lot of individual investors who bought N-T-T stocks at the 1994, 1995 level who are looking to sell." SUPER CAPTION: Garry Evans, Chief Strategist, HSBC Japan In currency trading, the dollar slipped against the yen in subdued trading. Dealers said they were awaiting the opening of the G-7 meeting. The dollar bought 118.81 yen in late morning, down 0.77 yen from late on Friday in Tokyo and also below its late New York level of 119.41 yen. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8cdc8da42d88b418a3baf17e2b1d60fa Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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(4 Jan 2016) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tokyo - 4 January 2016 1. Various of women in traditional kimono ringing the Tokyo Stock Exchange bell 2. Wide tilt-down of ceremony 3. Akira Kiyota, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Japan Exchange Group, walking towards microphone 4. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) Akira Kiyota, CEO of Japan Exchange Group: "Not only is it important to work on IPOs (Initial Public Offerings), I believe it is absolutely necessary to maintain an appropriate market discipline in order for investors to invest comfortably. This year, together with all market participants, we hope to work hard at finding new opportunities for IPOs, while maintaining appropriate market discipline." 5. Pan of hand-clapping ceremony 6. Various of Tokyo Stock Exchange electronic boards 7. Various of traditionally-clothed women during photo-opportunity STORYLINE: The Tokyo Stock Exchange opened on Monday for its first trading session of the year with a traditional bell ringing ceremony. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index opened at 18,818.58, down 215.13 from its previous trading session. The Chief Executive for Japan Exchange Group, Akira Kiyota, stressed the importance of maintaining market discipline and expressed the hope that more companies will be listed on the exchange during 2016. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: [email protected] (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/139d716d267bfce90e01ea5bb7d8ebd1 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The first Japanese company to list on the Singaporean stock market started trading on Wednesday. Xyec Holdings Company - which is trading on the Catalist market for up-and-coming companies - celebrated with a glitzy ceremony at the Singapore Stock Exchange. The company - which provides engineering and IT services to manufacturers including an affiliate of Toyota Motor Corporation - sold 25 (m) million shares for 0.26 Singaporean dollars (0.20 US dollars) each as part of going public. The share price reached 0.34 Singaporean dollars (0.27 US dollars) - a big premium to its predicted value before its listing. Lawrence Wong, Executive Vice President and Head of Listings at the Singapore Stock Exchange, called the listing "a very happy occasion for both us". Manabu Kobayashi, CEO of Xyec, said he was "truly pleased to celebrate this major milestone in Xyec's history, which marks the start of new ways in our corporate development". He also told the Associated Press that there were two key reasons for listing the company in Singapore. "We are looking at expanding our business in various Asian countries within ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) by being based here in Singapore," he explained. "The second (reason) was to secure brilliant human resources. We used to have only Japanese engineers but from now on, we would like to recruit young, good engineers from ASEAN nations," Kobayashi added. He also said he hoped Xyec's listing would lead to more Japanese companies, "especially those willing to expand in Asia, to be listed on the Singapore market". You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5ea7d7bf7ced51f04ef7959950363061 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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(30 Dec 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Pan of traders clapping 2. Japanese women's football team player Kozue Ando rings ceremony bell 3. Wide of electronic board 4. Close of Nikkei 225 closing figures on electronic board 5. Various of electronic board 6. Wide of ceremony 7. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Atsushi Saito, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tokyo Stock Exchange: "Various natural disasters hit Japan this year, so (the economy and markets) weren't going so well. Towards the end of the year, serious European debt problems emerged, or rather, re-emerged, and they still weigh heavily on our outlook. So sadly, the rabbit year (2011) didn't jump up as we had anticipated." 8. Japanese women's football team coach Norio Sasaki rings closing ceremony bell, zoom out to applauding traders 9. Wide pan of Tokyo Stock Exchange 10. Various of traders at the Tokyo Stock Exchange 11. Viewers watching the ceremony from the gallery STORYLINE Tokyo stocks ended higher on the last trading day of 2011, wrapping up a year marred by the March 11 earthquake disaster, a nuclear power accident, and record high Yen levels. The benchmark Nikkei index rose 56.46 points or 0.67 percent on Friday, closing the day at 8,455.35. That's the lowest year-closing level since 1982. For the calendar year, the Nikkei average lost over 17 percent. Japan's benchmark plunged after the March 11 tsunami and earthquake disaster that destroyed huge chunks of the island nation's northeastern region, left 20-thousand people dead or missing and set off the world's worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl, a fact that the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Tokyo Stock Exchange, Atsushi Saito acknowledged in his address: "Various natural disasters hit Japan this year, so (the economy and markets) weren't going so well," Saito said. "Towards the end of the year, serious European debt problems emerged, or rather, re-emerged, and they still weigh heavily on our outlook. So sadly, the rabbit year (2011) didn't jump up as we had anticipated." Disaster damage extended to key suppliers for major companies like Toyota Motor Corporation and Sony Corporation, which suffered production disruptions. The Tokyo market also saw two big-name brands lose much of their value. One was Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), the utility that runs Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, where at least three reactors went into meltdown after tsunami destroyed backup generators to keep power going at the plant. Some officials say TEPCO may have to be nationalised because of ballooning losses and the costs to bring the reactors under control and compensate victims. Another was camera and medical equipment maker Olympus Corporation, whose offices have been raided by criminal investigators after fabricated accounting to cover up massive investment losses came to light. Across the board, Japanese companies have been slammed by the rising value of the yen, which erodes the value of revenue from exports. The Nikkei lost nearly a fifth of its value over the past year. It nose-dived right after the disaster, recouped some of those losses in July, but then started a decline that has the benchmark hovering at below the March value. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e0d2ba9f8065b6217a75a24a547e9762 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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T/I: 10:33:04 The Japanese currency collapsed through the 141-yen barrier against the dollar in Tokyo on Wednesday (10/06), falling to a new seven year low and punishing stock markets across Asia. By close of trading the yen recovered some ground and was trading at 140.83-86 yen, after investors held off their push on fear of international action to support the currency. SHOWS: TOKYO, JAPAN 10/06 VS interior of Tokyo Stock Exchange; Traders seated around large whiteboard table trading; CU traders talking into microphone; WS and pan of trading room; GVs of trading room; Overhead shot of trading room. 1.06 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fe1e934db43022e53080ae1f07c6aeac Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Tokyo Click:04 Tokyo Stock Exchange and Religion of Japanese Address:Nihonbashi Kabuto-cho 2-1 Chuo-ku Let's take many photographs in TOKYO!
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(30 Dec 2015) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Tokyo - 30 December 2015 1. Japanese music conductor Yutaka Sado standing next to bell 2. Bell being hit 3. Various of Sado ringing bell as audience applauds 4. Officials applauding 5. Akira Kiyota, CEO of Japan Exchange Group on stage 6. SOUNDBITE (Japanese) Akira Kiyota, Chief Executive Officer, Japan Exchange Group: "In terms of (corporate) governance, there is protective business management as well as aggressive governance. These practices are permeating through the leaders of listed companies in Japan. In that sense, this year can be called the first year of governance in Japan. It has only just begun, but through improvements in governance into the new year, we have high hopes that Japanese companies will be able to gain investor's trust." 7. Cutaway 8. Various of audience applauding to celebrate market closing 9. Nikkei 225 closing figures on the electronic board 10. Various of electronic board STORYLINE: The Tokyo Stock Exchange marked the last day of trading for the year with a closing ceremony on Wednesday. World renowned Japanese music conductor Yutaka Sado held the honour of ringing the closing bell for 2015. The benchmark Nikkei 225 index closed at 19,033.71, up 0.27 percent from the previous day. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance can be obtained from the AP Archive on: Tel +44 (0) 20 7482 7482 Email: [email protected] (ii) they should check with the applicable collecting society in their Territory regarding the clearance of any sound recording or performance included within the AP Television News service (iii) they have editorial responsibility for the use of all and any content included within the AP Television News service and for libel, privacy, compliance and third party rights applicable to their Territory. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ad61758f5bdf6035d7106c5d4043969a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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