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Bolsa de Valores de Tokio

Visión General

La Bolsa de Tokio, o TSE, situada en Tokio, Japón, es la bolsa más grande del mundo por capitalización de mercado conjunta de sus empresas enlistadas, sólo superada por la Bolsa de Nueva York. Al 31 de diciembre de 2007, la Bolsa de Tokio tenía 2.414 empresas cotizadas con una capitalización de mercado combinada de US $ 4,3 trillones.

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Bolsa de Tokio
Bolsas de Asia se disparan tras sólidos datos económicos en EEUU

By Reuters

Las bolsas asiáticas subieron con fuerza el jueves, registrando su mayor ganancia diaria en cuatro semanas, impulsadas por datos de ventas de viviendas en Estados Unidos que alimentaron el optimismo sobre la mayor economía del mundo. (Jun 03, 2010)

MORE TOPICS: TOYOTA, VENTAS DE VIVIENDAS, ELECCIONES, ESTADOS UNIDOS, DIVISAS

Japanese Stocks Decline; Dollar Up vs. Yen

By AP

Japanese stocks declined Thursday, dragged down by real estate and banks as some investors began to factor higher Japanese interest rates into their outlooks. (Mar 16, 2006)

MORE TOPICS: NIKKEI 225, JAPóN, BANK OF JAPAN, NEW YORK

Japan's NEC Names Yano New President

By AP

Japanese electronics maker NEC Corp. named Kaoru Yano, a senior executive vice president who once headed its U.S. operations, as its new president, replacing ailing Akinobu Kanasugi. (Mar 15, 2006)

NEC Names Yano As New President

By AP

Japanese electronics maker NEC decided on Wednesday that it will promote senior executive Vice President Kaoru Yano to its new president, replacing ailing Akinobu Kanasugi, the company said. (Mar 15, 2006)

Japan Brokerages Botched 14,318 Orders

By AP

Brokerage houses in Japan placed 14,318 erroneous orders in 2005, Japan's financial watchdog said Wednesday, in a study that followed a series of trading mishaps that have heightened concerns about stock trading in Japan. (Mar 15, 2006)

MORE TOPICS: JAPóN

Takafumi Horie, former president of Japanese Internet company Liverdoor. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi, FILE)
Tokyo Stock Exchange to Delist Livedoor

By AP

The Tokyo Stock Exchange said Monday it will stop trading shares in disgraced Japanese Internet startup Livedoor next month because of alleged securities law violations, ending a listing that brought turmoil to the exchange. (Mar 13, 2006)

MORE TOPICS: JAPóN