Shares of Japan increased due to good economic data, the United States
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese stocks rose on Tuesday as economic data from the US and China have improved market sentiment, while investors had high hopes for new stimulus measures.
Published on Monday, data showed that the amount of future home sales in the U.S. in may increased by 44.3% month-on-month, while analysts had expected growth of 18.9%.
The Nikkei index rose 1.33% to 22.288,14 points, the broader Topix index added 0.62% to 1.558,77 paragraph headed metallurgical and aviation sectors. For the quarter the Nikkei has grown by 17.82%.
Traded in Tokyo stock manufacturers of aircraft components have increased after Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) has begun certification flight testing of 737 MAX.
Paper Jamco Corp added to 4.62%, the stock Toray Industries Inc has risen to 2.55%.
(Aimee Yamamitsu, translated by Olga Deviatiarov. Editor Marina Bobrova)