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Japan Stock Market

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The Tokyo stock exchange, the Osaka securities exchange and the Nagoya stock exchange are the main three exchanges in the Japan stock market.

The Tokyo stock exchange or the TSE is the bigger one; it has more than 2000 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of more than 4 trillion dollars. It is the second largest stock exchange in the world (after the New York Stock Exchange) by the total market capitalization of its listed companies.

The Tokyo Stock Exchange was established on May 15, 1878. It was then combined with ten other stock exchanges in 1943.

The main indexes available in the TSE are the Nikkei 225 (Index of companies selected by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, which is the largest business newspaper in Japan), the TOPIX (Tracks large companies listed in the TSE) and the J30 (Tracks large industrial companies maintained by major broadsheet newspapers in Japan).

This list contains 2600 ticker symbols.

Sample of listed companies:
1332 - Nippon Suisan Kaisha Limited
1491 - Chugai Mining Company Limited
5817 - Nihon Electric Wire & Cable Company Limited
7506 - House of Rose Company Limited
7561 - Hurxley Corporation
9421 - Nepro Japan Co Ltd


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