Update : Jan. 05, 2011
-Supply and demand pressure from large-scale offerings and the strong yen, in addition to negative effects of the Greek Crisis left TOPIX development unclear by autumn. However, it shifted toward recovery after global financial easing and the surge in investors taking advantage of late-blooming Japanese stocks.
-TOPIX ended at 898.80 on 12/30, 0.97% down from the previous year.
-In 2010, the "Fruit of Gold" series and others were newly listed, bringing the total listed issues to 97 (increase of 27 from previous year).
-Trading volume for 2010 gained 13.7% on the previous year to reach 2.21 billion units, nearing 2008's 2.22 billion units.
-Annual trading volume reached 8.804 million units, surpassing 2007's 8.107 million units to set a new record.
-The TSE REIT index closed on 12/30 at 1130.70, a 26.6% gain on the previous year, due to factors such as purchasing by the BOJ. It was the first time in 3 years that the index surpassed 1,000 points.
-2010 trading volume for Mini TOPIX futures was 1,044,343 contracts (daily average: 4,263 contracts), over 50% higher than the previous year (681,248 contracts, daily average: 2,803 contracts)
Annual trading volume and open interest reached an all time high.
Annual trading volume for 2010 was 824,941 contracts (daily average: 3,408 contracts), 1.3 times the previous year, an all time high since the market opened on July 18, 1997.
-Open interest at the end of the year was 299,216, a record at 2.9 times the previous year.
-Trading volume for 2010 was 120,040 contracts (daily average: 490 contracts), a record at 2.3 times the previous year.
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