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24th Tokyo stock market closing price 609 yen up 41 yen

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The Nikkei Stock Average on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on the 24th was 23 yen higher than the 609th, at 41 yen, and TOPIX (Tokyo Stock Price Index) closed at 3.

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Nikkei Stock Average

Nikkei Stock Average(Nikkei Heikinkabu,English: Nikkei stock average) IsJapan OfStock marketRepresentative ofStock indexone of.simplyNikkei average,Nikkei 225It is also called (Nikkani nikyugo, nikkakei ni nigo).English-speaking countries OfNews agencyThen.Nikkei 225Is written.

As a Japanese stock price indexTSE stock index It is as popular as (TOPIX).Although it is a purely private-sector economic indicator because it is the most well-known stock index,Japanese GovernmentWas also used as economic statistics for[2].


The Nikkei Stock Average is one of the stocks listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.Liquidity225 stocks with highNihon Keizai ShimbunSelects and calculates.Tokyo Stock Exchange Second World WardefeatReopened after1949 May 5Simple average stock price of the selected issue at the time 176 yen[3] Started fromDow type average stock price[Note 1] However, the calculation method changed significantly on June 2005, 6, and it is no longer the Dow Jones Industrial Average.

Currently on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock ExchangeListingOf about 2,000 stocksstockOf these, 225 stocks are targeted.It is defined as the hours from 9:11 am to 30:0 am (front) and from 30:3 pm to 12:31 pm (after) on weekdays when the Tokyo Stock Exchange is open and stocks can be traded.Updated daily on open weekdays in the Japanese stock market (except December 1st-January 3rd during the New Year holidays). Calculate and publish every 5 seconds (after 2017)[4]..Brands are reviewed regularly, taking into account the balance of industries.We try to maintain continuity even during stock splits.[5](#Adopted stock rulesSee).

Financial products that use the Nikkei XNUMX areNikkei 225 futures trading,Nikkei 225 Option TradingOthers), etc., are on sale all over the world.

Also, the Nikkei Stock AverageTSE stock indexThe value divided by "NT magnification"(For details,TSE Stock Index #Relationship with Nikkei Stock AverageSee).


  • 1950 0907th --The Tokyo Stock Exchange starts calculation using the current calculation method (corrected average stock price) (name is ""TSE First Section revised average stock price".Calculated as far back as May 1949, 5 when the exchange was reopened. ).
  • 1969 0701st-The Tokyo Stock Exchange begins publishing the Tokyo Stock Price Index.
  • 1970 0June 6-Tokyo Stock Exchange discontinues publication of revised average stock price.
  • 1970 0701st --The Nihon Keizai Shimbun Inc. takes over the calculation and publication of the index.
  • 1971 0701st-Japan Shortwave Broadcast (currentlyNikkei Radio= Radio NIKKEI)NSB225 XNUMX kinds average stock priceStarted publication under the name of ".
  • 1975 0501st-with Nikkei Inc.Dow JonesPartnered, "Nikkei Dow Jones Industrial AverageChanged the name.
  • 1985 050The 1th - "Nikkei Stock AverageChanged the name (Financial index using the Nikkei Dow Jones Industrial Average as an index)Futures tradingFor the movement of implementation,DerivativesWas in a negative positionDow JonesShowed disapproval).
  • 1985/1001 day-The published value is updated every minute.
  • 1986 0903rd-Singapore International Financial Exchange (currentlySingapore Stock Exchange) Started trading Nikkei average futures.
  • 1988 0903rd-At Osaka Stock ExchangeNikkei 225 futures tradingStart trading.
  • 1989 0June 6-Osaka Stock ExchangeNikkei 225 Option TradingStart.
  • December 1989, 12-Highest price since calculation started (Zaraba 29 yen, closing price 38957.44 yen)[6].
  • 1990 0August 9- Chicago Mercantile ExchangeStarted trading Nikkei 225 futures denominated in US dollars.
  • 1990/1001 day-Temporarily below 9 yen in just 2 months from the highest price.Bubble economyTo collapse.
  • 2000 0April 4-Performed a large amount of replacement 24 stocks. Controversial (details below).
  • 2001 0July 7-Tokyo Stock Exchange, Osaka Stock Exchange Nikkei averageListed investment trustIs listed.
  • 2001 0August 9- American terrorist attacksThe next day, it fell below 1984 yen since 1.
  • 2003 0April 4-Lowest price after the highest price (Zara field 28 yen, closing price 7603.76 yen).
  • 2004 0February 2-Yen-denominated Nikkei 23 futures begin trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.
  • 2005 0607th --Since this day, the calculated stock price when there is a capital increase has been changed from the previous denominator correction method = Dow method to a unique numerator correction method that corrects the deemed face value.
  • 2006 0July 7-Started trading Nikkei 18mini on the Osaka Securities Exchange.
  • 2006 0August 8-Trouble with calculation suspension during the day (first since 14) due to the impact of a large-scale power outage in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
  • 2010 0104th-The published value is updated every minute to every 1 seconds.
  • 2017 0July 7-Published values ​​are updated every 18 seconds to every 15 seconds.
  • 2020/1001 days - arrowhead Due to system trouble, trading was suspended all day.


Adopting stock rules

Until September 1991, the stocks included in the calculation were very simple. In other words, "without discretionary replacement of the stocks, the stocks are replenished to become 9 stocks only when the adopted stocks go out of business or merge." 225Fuji SteelExcluded from November 1990Mitsubishi Mining CementThis rule is followed until exclusion. The only exception is the April 1987Nippon Telegraph and TelephoneAt the time of listing, it was adopted exceptionally because it was super, and for this reasonOmi KenshiIs off.

Around 1990, stock index futures contracts became more prevalent, and pod trading between cash and futures began. It is a method of selling one unit of futures and buying one unit of all 1 stocks. In this case, of the 225 stocks, the stock with the smallest total number of issued shares will be an unanticipated thin stock due to the arbitrage between physical futures and the purchase from Nikkei 1 linked investment trusts. The stock price has become significantly different from the corporate value of. In addition, the contribution to the Nikkei 225 of these high-priced stocks and thin stocks increased abnormally, and the Nikkei 1991 began to be swayed by the prices of these stocks. For this reason, a rule has been added to the rule of "replenishing stocks when they are vacant" and "excluding stocks that are significantly less liquid and replenishing other stocks by that amount". In line with this rule, in October 10Taiwan Sugar,Katakura Industry,Imperial Fiber,Matsuzakaya,Shochiku,TohoBut in May 1992Joint spirit,Daito Boshoku,TakashimayaWas excluded due to its low liquidity (not related to performance), and other stocks were replenished. As a result, the continuity of the index, which was the main feature, weakened.

However, other than that, there was no particular change, and the stocks that were once adopted continued to be adopted.Excludes cases where adopted stocks are absorbed and merged with non-adopted stocks[Note 2]However, in the sense of emphasizing continuity, this example was changed to continue hiring the new company as it is.For this reason, metabolism does not progress even if there is a merger, and it is said at present.Old economyThe brand continued to dominate. The Nikkei Stock Average has shifted from the experience of the whole market as many old economy stocks continue to dominate.

On April 2000, 4, 24 stocks were replaced to correct this problem. At this time, there was a 30-week time lag from the announcement to the implementation, and 1 excluded stocks were put on the market, while the index was adopted after 30 newly adopted stocks were bought and soared, causing a large discontinuity. Moreover, most of the stocks excluded at this timeLow-ranked stock, Many of the newly adopted stocksValue is stockwas. Therefore, Nikkei average linkedInvestment trust(Index fund) Did not have enough funds to buy the newly adopted issue just by selling the excluded issue. In order to generate additional funds, it was necessary to sell all stocks in equal shares and generate the difference in the purchase funds. As a result of the combination of these movements, the Nikkei 15 index eventually fell by about XNUMX% due to the "replacement of stocks."

At the timeMinistry of Finance,Economic White PaperNow, this allows the discontinuity of the Nikkei Stock Average. Due to the above circumstances, it is not possible to make a simple comparison with the numbers before the replacement. From this reflection, since 2001, about 9-10 constituents of the Nikkei Stock Average have been regularly replaced from September to October every year (details will be described later).

The ratio increased due to the exchange of brands, so-calledhigh techIt is also a "high-tech stock index" that is easily affected by stock price movements. In addition, due to the influence of the Dow correction method, the value is strongly influenced by the stock price, and the divisor is about 1% of the initial value, and the movement of the entire market tends to appear exaggerated.

Hiring will continue if the hiring business company changes form to become a holding company.In this case, there may be a time gap when excluding operating companies and when hiring a new holding company to fill it, and the number of stocks may be 224 or less for several days.For example, from March 2010th to April 3nd, 29, "4 stocks" were calculated.Also, it came off onceMitsui ToatsuMitsui Chemicals, which follows the flow of the above, was re-adopted in May 2005, Takashimaya in March 5, and Toho in October 2001.

In addition, the “OSE average share price” calculated by 250 major stocks in the Osaka market that adopted Kansai Electric Power instead of TEPCO was not replaced in April 2000.

Old OSE brand

On January 2013, 1, with the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)Osaka Stock ExchangeA holding company that (OSE) merges its business and puts both exchanges under its umbrellaJapan Exchange Group (JPX) was launched, but the stocks that were mainly traded on the former Osaka Securities Exchange despite being large stocks are not included in the Nikkei Stock Average.[Note 3]..However, since TSE and OSE merged in the market in July 2013, there is a possibility that stocks whose transactions centered on the old OSE will be selected in the future.[7][Note 4].


Basically, since it is a simple average of 225 stocks,Value is stockStrongly influenced by[8].. The Nikkei Stock Average does not reflect the movements of the entire Tokyo Stock ExchangeStock indexAccording to the view, investors around the world are not the Nikkei Stock Average, butTSE stock indexAttach importance to[8].

In particular,Fast retailingThe price movement of one company accounts for 1% of the price movement of the whole Nikkei 8 index[8], The higher share price contributionKDDI-FANUC-Softbank Group-KyoceraIf you include, it will account for 20% of the total stock index.On the other hand, the largest market capitalizationToyotaThe price movements of the stock prices of the five companies have had an excessive effect, for example, the degree of the index's impact on the index remained at 2% or less, and the Nikkei 5 stock price was "5-digit club" and "UNIQLOAlso called an "index", it is just a "report card of a supermarket company".[9], Criticized that it does not reflect the movement of the Japanese stock market as a whole[10].

In addition, by intentionally moving the stock prices of these high-contribution stocks, speculative transactions are often conducted to induce the Nikkei XNUMX stock price to its own favorable price, which is a problem.

As a general note of stock prices, during a recessionmonetary easingIs easy to go up because it tends to be done. In 2020COVID-19The Nikkei average continued to grow despite the corona recession caused by the economy, and the divergence from the real economy became clear.[9].

Deemed face value

The stock face value system was abolished by the revision of the Commercial Code in 2001, but the Nikkei 50 stipulates a “deemed face value” for each issue. The stock price is calculated by converting it to the deemed 50 yen face value without using the market price as it is. Most "deemed face value" is XNUMX yen,Stock splitorStock consolidationIn some cases, this does not reach 50 yen due to the influence of[11].. Nihon Keizai Shimbun publishes a list of deemed face values[11][12].

Trademark registration

Nihon Keizai Shimbun Inc. has designated "Provision of information on stock market conditions, evaluation of finance, financial analysis, provision of financial information, provision of information on financial market conditions, provision of information on foreign exchange market conditions" as a designated service.Nikkei average(Registration number 3047435),商標RegistrationIn addition, "Nikkei 2544995" (registration number XNUMX), ""Nikkei Stock Average(Registration number 2569182)Trademark registrationdoing[Note 5].

For this reason, media other than the Nikkei Group (National newspaper,Local newspaper,Specialty paper,NHK,Private broadcastingEtc.), from the balance of the times and trademark rights calculated by the TSE before June 1970, "TSE average stock price""Average stock price on the Tokyo stock marketWas expressed as "", but now it is "Nikkei Stock AverageIs expressed.

History of constituent exclusions and hiring

All company names listed here are those of the time.

  • * Indicates a change in brand due to merger or business integration.
  • △ does not followDelistedCriteria (bankruptcy,Takeover bid).
  • ↓ is due to demotion (redesignation) to the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
1970 *Fuji SteelOki Electric Industry
1971 * Mitsubishi Edogawa Chemical, △ DaieiYuasa Battery, Fujitsu
1972 *Meiji Shoji, *Automobile manufacturing, *Kokusaku Pulp IndustryOkuma Iron Works, Takashimaya, Sumitomo Corporation
1975 △ Kojin, *TetsukoshaIron construction, Yamato House Industry,
1978 Nichika Yushi, △ Hokkaido Coal Mining Steamer, △ ChissoNippon Shinpan, Nikko Securities, Nomura Securities
1979 Dainippon Sugar, * Nippon Pulp IndustryToyota Motor Sales, Ricoh
1980 Meiji SugarSanko Steamship
1982 * Toyota Motor Sales, △ Akiki IndustryNippondenso, Sumitomo Electric Industries
1984 △ RickerDainippon Pharmaceutical
1985 △ Sanko SteamshipYamanouchi Pharmaceutical
1986 * Maruzen OilAll Nippon Airways
1987 Omi KenshiNippon Telegraph and Telephone
1989 *Japan lineKawasaki Heavy Industries
1990 *Mitsubishi Mining Cementpioneer
1991 Toho, Shochiku, Matsuzakaya, Teikoku Fiber, Katakura Industry, Taiwan SugarSankyu, Nissho Iwai, Tomen, Topy Industries, Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Kumagai Gumi
1992 *Nippon Stainless, Takashimaya, Daito Boseki, Godo SakeAoki Construction, Seika Sangyo, Minebea, Mamagumi
1993 * Sanyo Kokusaku Pulp, △ NikkatsuIseki Agricultural Machinery, Shionogi Pharmaceutical
1995 Japanese woolenMarui
1996 *Tokyo Bank *Honshu Paper ManufacturingChubu Electric Power, Sanwa Bank
1997 *Mitsui Toatsu ChemicalsToyo Tire & Rubber
1998 Meiji Shipping, *Nippon CementKDD, Asahi Bank
1999 *Navix Line, *Mitsubishi OilClarion, NTT Data
2000 *Mitsui Trust Bank, Mitsui Warehouse, Sankyu, Maruzen, Iwatani Sangyo, Seika Sangyo, Nippon Piston Ring, Tokyo Steel, Showa Densen Denki, Shimura Kako, Mitsubishi Steel, Nippon Denko, Nippon Metallurgical Industry, Nippon Metal Industry, Shinagawa Shiro Brick, Noritake Company Limited, Nippon Carbon, Toyo Tire & Rubber, Nippon Oil & Fat, Asahi Denka Kogyo, Nippon Synthetic Chemical Industry, Nippon Kagaku Kogyo, Nippon Carbide Kogyo, Lhasa Kogyo, Toho Rayon, Fuji Spinning, Honen Corporation, Nippon Beet Sugar, Sumitomo Coal Mining, Mitsui Mine, Nichiro, Tonen, *Fuji Bank, *Daiichi Kangyo Bank, *The Bank of Japan, KDD, Japan Securities Finance, Iron ConstructionDaiwa Securities Group Inc., NTT Docomo, DDI, East Japan Railway Company, Sumitomo Marine Fire Insurance, Yasuda Trust Bank, Sumitomo Trust Bank, Shizuoka Bank, Tokai Bank, Daiwa Bank, Japan Industrial Bank, Jusco, Ito-Yokado, Seven-Eleven Japan, Tokyo Electron, Fuji Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Motors, Matsushita Electric Works, Taiyo Yuden, Kyocera, Fanuc, Casio Computer, Advantest, Matsushita Communication Industry, Mitsumi Electric, TDK, Terumo, Eisai, Daiichi Pharmaceutical, Kao, Japan Tobacco Industry, Shiseido, Shinko Securities, Toyo Trust Bank, Yokohama Bank, Alps Electric, SECOM, *Mizuho Holdings
2001 *Nippon Paper, *Toyo Trust Bank, *Mitsubishi Trust Bank, *Tokai Bank, *Sanwa Bank, *Tokyo Mitsubishi Bank, *Sakura Bank, *Sumitomo Marine Fire Insurance, Keihin Electric Express Railway, Iseki Agricultural Machinery, *Niigata Ironworks , * Daiwa Bank, Aoki ConstructionJapan Airlines, Yamato Transport, Credit Saison, Takashimaya, *Nihon Unipack Holdings, *UFJ Holdings, *Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group, West Japan Railway, Fujisawa Pharmaceutical, Sekisui House, Sumitomo Real Estate, Daikin Industries, *Daiwa Gin Holdings
2002 *Asahi Bank, △Sato Kogyo, Fujita, *Japan Energy, *Kawasaki Steel, *NKK, *Japan Airlines, *Matsushita Communication Industrial, Pacific Ocean, Tobishima ConstructionChiba Bank, Nippon Comsys, Trend Micro, Olympus Optical Industry, Isetan, Mitsui Trust Holdings, CSK, *JFE Holdings, *Nippon Mining Holdings, *Japan Aviation System
2003 * Nippon Comsys, Hazama, Toa Construction IndustryJGC, *Comsys Holdings, Konami
2004 Mercian, Fujikoshi, Japanese vehicle manufacturingSoftbank, Dentsu, Nippon Ham
2005 *Tokyu Department Store, *Yamanouchi Pharmaceutical, *Fujisawa Pharmaceutical, △Kanebo, *Seven Eleven Japan, *Ito-Yokado, Morinaga Confectionery, *Mitsubishi Chemical, *UFJ Holdings, *Daiichi Pharmaceutical, *Sankyo* Astellas Pharma, Chugai Pharmaceutical, Yahoo, Mitsui Chemicals, * Seven & i Holdings, Fast Retailing, Shinsei Bank, Sky Perfect Communications, T & D Holdings, * Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings, * Daiichi Sankyo
2006 * Teikoku Oil, * Tomen, Toei, Nippon Milling*Toyota Tsusho, *International Petroleum Development Teishi Holdings, Toho, Tokyu Fudosan
2007 *Sky Perfect Communications, Nisshin OilliO Group, Topy Industries*SKY Perfect JSAT, J. Front Retailing, SUMCO
2008 *Nikko Cordial Group, *Mitsukoshi, *Isetan, *Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., *Mitsubishi UFJ NICOS, Kumagai Gumi, ToagoseiFukuoka Financial Group, Uni, *Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, *Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group Holdings, Matsui Securities, Ohira Yohkin, Hitachi Construction Machinery
2009 *Meiji Seika, *Meiji Dairy Industry*Meiji Holdings, Maruha Nichiro Holdings
2010 △ Japan Airlines, *Nippon Oil, *Nippon Mining Holdings, *Non-life Insurance Japan, *Mitsubishi Rayon, ClarionTokai Passenger Railway, Nisshin Steel, *JX Holdings, *NKSJ Holdings, Nippon Electric Glass, Tokyo Building
2011 *Sanyo Electric, *Panasonic Electric Works, *Sumitomo Trust & Banking, *Mizuho Trust & Banking, *Mizuho Securities, *CSKYaskawa Electric, Dainippon Screen Mfg., Dai-ichi Life Insurance, Aozora Bank, Sony Financial Holdings, Amada
2012 * Sumitomo Metal Industries, * Nisshin Steel, * Nippon Light MetalTokuyama, * Nisshin Steel Holdings, * Nippon Light Metal Holdings
2013 * Tokyu Fudosan, Mitsubishi Paper MillsNitto Denko, *Tokyu Fudosan Holdings
2014 *Maruhanichiro Holdings* Maruha Nichiro
2015 Heiwa Real Estate, Nitto BosekiDNA, Haseko Corporation
2016 *Yokohama Bank, ↓ Sharp, *Uni Group Holdings, Nippon Soda*Concordia Financial Group, Yamaha Motor, *Family Mart, Rakuten
2017 *Mitsumi Electric, ↓ Toshiba, Hokuetsu Kishu Paper, MeidenshaOtsuka Holdings, Seiko Epson, Recruit Holdings, Japan Post
2018 Furukawa Kikinzoku, * Nisshin SteelCyber ​​Agent, DIC
2019 △ Pioneer, *Showa Shell Sekiyu, ↓ Chiyoda Corporation, Tokyo DomeOMRON, *Idemitsu Kosan, Bandai Namco Holdings, MXNUMX
2020 △ Sony Financial Holdings, Nippon Kayaku, △ FamilyMart, △ NTT DoCoMoJapan Exchange Group, Softbank, Nexon, Sharp
2021 Nisshinbo Holdings, Toyo Can Group Holdings, SKY Perfect JSAT HoldingsKeyence, Murata Manufacturing, Nintendo

225 stock list

Food (11 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
2002Nisshin Seifun Group Headquarters
2269Meiji Holdings
2282Nippon Ham
2501Sapporo Holdings
2502Asahi Group Holdings
2503Kirin Holdings
2531Takara Holdings
2914Japanese tobacco industry

Fiber (4 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks

Pulp and paper (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
3861Prince holdings
3863Nippon Paper Industries

Chemical industry (17 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
3407Asahi Kasei
4004Showa Denko
4005Sumitomo Chemical
4021Nissan Chemical
4063Shin-Etsu Chemical
4183Mitsui Chemicals
4188Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings
4208Ube Industries
4901FUJIFILM Holdings
6988Nitto Denko

Pharmaceuticals (9 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
4151Kyowa Kirin
4502Takeda Pharmaceutical
4503Astellas Pharma
4506Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma
4507Shionogi Pharmaceutical
4519Chugai Pharmaceutical
4568Daiichi Sankyo
4578Otsuka Holdings

Oil (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
5019Idemitsu Kosan
5020ENEOS Holdings

Rubber (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
5101Yokohama Rubber

Ceramic industry (8 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
5202Nippon Sheet Glass
5214Nippon Electric Glass
5232Sumitomo Osaka Cement
5233Taiheiyo Cement
5301Tokai Carbon
5333Japanese insulator

Steel industry (4 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
5401Nippon Steel
5406Kobe Steel Works
5411JFE Holdings
5541Ohira Metal

Non-ferrous metal/metal products (10 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
5703Nippon Light Metal Holdings
5706Mitsui Mining & Smelting
5707Toho Zinc
5711Mitsubishi Materials
5713Sumitomo Metal Mining
5714DOWA Holdings
5801Furukawa Electric
5802Sumitomo Electric Industries

Machine (15 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
5631Japan Steel Works
6301Komatsu Works
6302Sumitomo Heavy Industries
6305Hitachi Construction Machinery
6367Daikin Industries
6471Nippon Seiko
7004Hitachi Shipbuilding
7011Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

Electrical equipment (29 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
6501Hitachi, Ltd.
6503Mitsubishi Electric
6504Fuji Electric
6506Yaskawa Electric
6674GS Yuasa Corporation
6703Oki Electric Industry
6724Seiko Epson Corporation
6770Alps Alpine
6952Casio calculator
6976Taiyo Yuden
6981Murata Manufacturing
7735SCREEN Holdings
8035Tokyo Electron

Shipbuilding (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
7003Mitsui E & S Holdings
7012Kawasaki Heavy Industries

Automobile/Auto parts (10 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
7201Nissan Motor
7202Isuzu Motors
7205Hino Motors
7211Mitsubishi Motors
7261マ ツ ダ
7267Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
7269Japanese sea bass
7272Yamaha Motor

Precision equipment (5 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
4902Konica Minolta
7762Citizen clock

Other manufacturing (4 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
7832BANDAI NAMCO Holdings
7911Letterpress printing
7912Dai Nippon Printing

Fisheries (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
1332Japanese Fisheries
1333Maruha Nichiro

Mining (1 brand)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
1605International Oil Development Teishi

Construction (9 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
1721Comsys Holdings
1801Taisei construction
1802Obayashi team
1803Shimizu Construction
1808Haseko Corporation
1812Kashima construction
1925Daiwa House Industry
1928Sekisui House

Trading company (7 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
8001ITOCHU Corporation
8015Toyota Tsusho
8053Sumitomo Corporation
8058Mitsubishi Corporation

Retail business (7 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
3086J. Front Retailing
3099Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings
3382Seven & i Holdings
8252Marui Group
9983Fast retailing

Banks (11 issues)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
7186Concordia Financial Group
8303Shinsei Bank
8304Aozora Bank
8306Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group
8308Resona Holdings
8309Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings
8316Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group
8331Chiba Bank
8354Fukuoka Financial Group
8355Shizuoka Bank
8411Mizuho Financial Group

Securities (3 issues)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
8601Daiwa Securities Group Inc.
8604Nomura Holdings
8628Matsui Securities

Insurance (5 issues)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
8630SOMPO Holdings
8725MS & AD Insurance Group Holdings
8750Dai-ichi Life Holdings
8766Tokio Marine Holdings
8795T & D Holdings

Other finance (2 issues)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
8253Credit Saison
8697Japan Exchange Group

Real estate (5 issues)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
3289Tokyu Fudosan Holdings
8801Mitsui Fudosan
8802Mitsubishi Estate
8804Tokyo building
8830Sumitomo Real Estate

Train/Bus (8 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9001Tobu Railway
9007Odakyu Electric Railway
9008Keio Electric Railway
9009Keisei Electric Railway
9020East Japan Railway
9021West Japan Railway Company
9022Tokai passenger railway

Land transportation (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9062Nippon Express
9064Yamato Holdings

Shipping (3 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9101Nippon Yusen
9107Kawasaki Kisen

Air freight (1 brand)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9202ANA Holdings

Warehouse/transportation related (1 issue)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9301Mitsubishi warehouse

Information and communication (5 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9432Nippon Telegraph and Telephone
9613NTT Data
9984Softbank Group

Electricity (3 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9501TEPCO Holdings
9502Chubu Electric Power
9503Kansai Electric Power

Gas (2 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
9531Tokyo Gas
9532Osaka Gas

Service industry (14 brands)

Securities codeBrandRemarks
4324Dentsu Group
4689Z Holdings
4704Trend micro
6098Recruit Holdings
6178Japan Post
9766Konami Holdings

Various records

Daily changes

ItemApplicable date/commentary
Maximum daily riseOctober 1990, 10 +2 yen Closing price 2,676.55 yen (+22,898.41%). The rate of increase is the second number since the calculation started.Bubble economyWas about to collapse, and the reaction that fell below 2 yen the day before,Ryutaro HashimotoAccording to the stock price measure announcement of the then Minister of Finance.
Maximum rate of increase per dayOctober 2008, 10 +14% Closing price 14.15 yen (+9,447.57 yen).Global financial crisisIn addition to the reaction that the price had fallen more than 1 yen a week in the previous week, it was announced one after another on the day before trading.G7Because the financial crisis avoidance measures of each country were liked.

Top 10 fastest rising rates as of February 2021[13].

RankingdateThe previous day's closing price (yen)Closing price on the day (yen)rate of up(%)
1October 2008th, 108,276.439,447.57+14.15
21990/1002 days20,221.8622,898.41+13.24
3October 1949th, 1298.50109.62+11.29
4October 2008th, 108,211.909,029.76+9.96
5October 1987th, 1021,910.0823,947.40+9.30
62020 0May 318,092.3519,546.63+8.04
7October 1997th, 1115,082.5216,283.32+7.96
81994 0May 118,757.8820,229.12+7.84
9October 2008th, 107,621.928,211.90+7.74
102015 0909 days17,427.0818,770.51+7.71
Maximum daily declineOctober 1987, 10 -20 yen Closing price 3,836.48 yen (-21,910.08%).Black MondayTherefore (about 1% of the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange is a stop low).
Maximum daily drop rateOctober 1987, 10 -20% closing price 14.90 yen (-21,910.08 yen). For Black Monday.

Top 10 decline rates as of February 2021[13][14].

RankingdateThe previous day's closing price (yen)Closing price on the day (yen)Fall rate (%)
1October 1987th, 1025,746.5621,910.08.
2October 2008th, 109,547.478,458.45.
32011 0May 39,620.498,605.15.
41953 0305 days378.24340.41.
5October 2008th, 109,157.498,276.43.
6October 2008th, 108,460.987,649.08.
72008/1008 days10,155.909,203.32.
81970 0May 42,315.432,114.32.
92016 0May 616,238.3514,952.02.
101971 0May 82,740.982,530.48.

Annual change

As of the end of 2020.

YearsLast year's big meeting
Closing price (yen)
This year's big party
Closing price (yen)
Rate of decline
1950 109.91101.91.
1951 101.91166.06+62.95
1952 166.06362.64+118.38
1953 362.64377.95+4.22
1954 377.95356.09.
1955 356.09425.69+19.55
1956 425.69549.14+29.00
1957 549.14474.55.
1958 474.55666.54+40.46
1959 666.54874.88+31.26
1960 874.881,356.71+55.07
1961 1,356.711,432.60+5.59
1962 1,432.601,420.43.
1963 1,420.431,225.10.
1964 1,225.101,216.55.
1965 1,216.551,417.83+16.55
1966 1,417.831,452.10+2.42
1967 1,452.101,283.47.
1968 1,283.471,714.89+33.61
1969 1,714.892,358.96+37.56
1970 2,358.961,918.14.
1971 1,918.142,713.74+41.48
1972 2,713.745,207.94+91.91
1973 5,207.944,306.80.
1974 4,306.803,817.22.
1975 3,817.224,358.60+14.18
1976 4,358.604,990.85+14.51
1977 4,990.854,865.60.
1978 4,865.606,001.85+23.35
1979 6,001.856,569.47+9.46
1980 6,569.477,116.38+8.33
1981 7,116.387,681.84+7.95
1982 7,681.848,016.67+4.36
1983 8,016.679,893.82+23.42
1984 9,893.8211,542.60+16.66
1985 11,542.6013,113.32+13.61
1986 13,113.3218,701.30+42.61
1987 18,701.3021,564.00+15.31
1988 21,564.0030,159.00+29.04
1989 30,159.0038,915.87+29.04
1990 38,915.8723,848.71.
1991 23,848.7122,983.77.
1992 22,983.7716,924.95.
1993 16,924.9517,417.24+2.91
1994 17,417.2419,723.06+13.24
1995 19,723.0619,868.15+0.74
1996 19,868.1519,361.35.
1997 19,361.3515,258.74.
1998 15,258.7413,842.17.
1999 13,842.1718,934.34+36.79
2000 18,934.3413,785.69.
2001 13,785.6910,542.62.
2002 10,542.628,578.95.
2003 8,578.9510,676.64+24.45
2004 10,676.6411,488.76+7.61
2005 11,488.7616,111.43+40.24
2006 16,111.4317,225.83+6.92
2007 17,225.8315,307.78.
2008 15,307.788,859.56.
2009 8,859.5610,546.44+19.04
2010 10,546.4410,222.92.
2011 10,228.928,455.35.
2012 8,455.3510,395.18+22.94
2013 10,395.1816,291.31+56.72
2014 16,291.3117,450.77+7.12
2015 17,450.7719,033.71+9.07
2016 19,033.7119,114.37+0.42
2017 19,114.3722,764.94+19.10
2018 22,764.9420,014.77.
2019 20,014.7723,656.62+18.20
2020 23,656.6227,444.17+16.01
YearsLarge start price (yen)Annual maximum (yen)The lowest price of the year (yen)Large delivery closing price (yen)
1986 13,130.3718,996.1212,871.8918,701.30
1987 18,702.6426,646.8118,525.8621,564.00
1988 21,551.2030,264.3621,148.2630,159.00
1989 30,165.5238,957.4430,082.8138,915.87
1990 38,921.6538,950.7719,781.7023,848.71
1991 23,827.4827,270.3321,123.9022,983.77
1992 23,030.6623,901.8914,194.4016,924.95
1993 16,980.2321,281.0315,671.9717,417.24
1994 17,421.6421,573.2117,242.3219,723.06
1995 19,724.7620,023.5214,295.9019,868.15
1996 19,945.6822,750.7018,819.9219,361.35
1997 19,364.2420,910.7914,488.2115,258.74
1998 15,268.9317,352.9512,787.9013,842.17
1999 13,779.0519,036.0813,122.6118,934.34
2000 18,937.4520,833.2113,182.5113,785.69
2001 13,898.0914,556.119,382.9510,542.62
2002 10,631.0012,081.438,197.228,578.95
2003 8,669.8911,238.637,603.7610,676.64
2004 10,787.8312,195.6610,299.4311,488.76
2005 11,458.2716,445.5610,770.5816,111.43
2006 16,294.6517,563.3714,045.5317,225.83
2007 17,322.5018,300.3914,669.8515,307.78
2008 15,155.7315,156.666,994.908,859.56
2009 8,991.2110,767.007,021.2810,546.44
2010 10,654.7911,339.308,824.0610,228.92
2011 10,398.1010,857.538,160.018,455.35
2012 8,560.1110,395.188,295.6310,395.18
2013 10,688.1116,320.2210,398.6116,291.31
2014 16,147.5418,030.8313,885.1117,450.77
2015 17,325.6820,952.7116,592.5719,033.71
2016 18,818.5819,592.9014,864.0119,114.37
2017 19,298.6823,382.1518,224.6822,764.94
2018 23,506.3324,270.6219,155.7420,014.77
2019 19,561.9624,066.1219,561.9623,656.62
ItemApplicable year/commentary
Maximum rate of increase in one year1952 + 118.38% Closing price of the big meeting 166.06 yen Closing price of the big meeting 362.34 yen (+196.28 yen).Due to the first stock boom after the war[15].
Maximum fall rate for one year2008 -42.1% Large closing price 15,155.73 yen Large closing price 8,859.56 yen (-6296.17 yen).Lehman shockfor.

Other records

Consecutive rising days
  • 2017å¹´10月2日 - 2017å¹´10月24日 (16営業日) 20,400.51円 - 21,805.17円。2017å¹´10月20日日経平均株価は21,457.64円であり56å¹´9ヶ月ぶりに戦後最長に並んだ。そして2017å¹´10月23日には前日の48th House of Representatives general electionThe Nikkei 21,696.65 stock price recorded 15 yen, which was the XNUMXth consecutive business day high, which was the longest after the war, due to the good feeling that the ruling party won.
  • December 1960, 12-January 21, 1961 (1 business days) JPY 11-JPY 14 (+1,287.89%). in JapanIwato businessWas in a booming period. After that, it continued to rise, rising to 7 yen on July 18, half a year later.
Number of consecutive days
  • April 1954, 4-May 28, 1954 (5 business days) 18 yen-15 yen (-351.67%). in JapanKorean special demandIt was a period when the recession continued due to the end of.
Lowest price ever
  • The closing price on July 1950, 7 was 6 yen.Dodge lineImpact of.
The lowest price after the collapse of the bubble economy
  • October 2008, 10 28:10 From 17
  • The closing price on July 2009, 3 was 10 yen.Lehman shockby.
Highest price ever
  • December 1989, 12 29:09 The highest price was 04 yen. It depends on the bubble economy.
  • The closing price on July 1989, 12 was 29 yen.Bubble economyby.
Highest value after Lehman shock
  • October 2021, 2 16:14 Highest price 09 yen
  • October 2021, 2 closing price 16 yen
First session by opening a stock exchange based on the Securities Exchange Act
  • October 1949, 5 closing price 16 yen


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注 釈

  1. ^ A stock index that is calculated by correcting the divisor for subsequent stock splits, etc., based on the simple average of the stock prices of adopted stocks.
  2. ^ For example, in September 1997, the stocks adoptedMitsui Toatsu ChemicalsIs not adoptedMitsui PetrochemicalBeing merged intoMitsui ChemicalsIs excluded from the calculation,Toyo Tire & RubberIs additionally adopted.
  3. ^ Nintendo-Murata Manufacturing-Benesse Holdings-Nidec-ロ ー ム-Shimanoetc.
  4. ^ Then, on March 2019, 3OMRONWas adopted.Also from October 2021, 10Nintendo-Murata Manufacturing-KeyenceIs added to the calculation.
  5. ^ The trademarks of "Nikkei 225" and "Nikkei 225" have not been registered in Japan (Patent information platformDoes not hit).


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  4. ^ #External link"Explanation by Nikkei Inc."
  5. ^ Nikkei Morning Edition, 2008rd page, December 12, 31
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