Nikkei falls due to profit taking and ending the week on gains 1%


Japanese stocks fell at the close of trading on Friday as investors took profits ahead of the weekend after reaching the highest level in 14 months during the previous meeting with the growing expectations of raising US interest rates this month.
But Fast Ratelinj share a gravity bucking the downward trend of the market climbed 2.1 percent, with the support of strong monthly sales to contribute by adding 29 points to the index.

The Nikkei index of the shares of major Japanese companies fell 0.5 percent to close at 19,469.17 points, after rising to 19,668.01 points on Thursday, its highest level during trading since December 2015.
The Nikkei index rose one percent over the week.
It lost the broader Topix index 0.4 percent to 1558.05 points, while the Nikkei-400 index fell 0.5 percent to end the day at 13955.44 points.

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