Nikkei Stock Average, Nikkei 225©

2014-07-31: 15,620.77 Index (+ see more) 
Daily, Close, Not Seasonally Adjusted, NIKKEI225, Updated: 2014-07-31 7:11 AM CDT
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Nikkei 225 is the major stock market index comprising of 225 highly liquid stocks of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).
For in depth information, see http://indexes.nikkei.co.jp/nkave/archives/faq/faq_nikkei_stock_average_en.pdf

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(a) Nikkei Stock Average, Nikkei 225©, Index, Not Seasonally Adjusted (NIKKEI225)
Nikkei 225 is the major stock market index comprising of 225 highly liquid stocks of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE).
For in depth information, see http://indexes.nikkei.co.jp/nkave/archives/faq/faq_nikkei_stock_average_en.pdf

Copyright, 2014, Nikkei Inc. Reprinted with permission.

Downloading the data for research reports or research projects is permitted.
However, if you wish to redistribute the data itself or research reports (information with Nikkei data) to the third parties/persons, the user shall report back to the Nikkei, Inc for permission.

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