On the 29th, the Tokyo stock market saw a slight price movement.

▽ The Nikkei Stock Average closed at 29,28.87 yen, 17.3 yen lower than the closing price on the 3321th, ▽ TSE Stock Price Index = Topics fell 22.12 to 21.2364, ▽ Daily trading volume was 50,13.6815

million shares.

The Tokyo stock market on the 29th lacked a sense of direction, and it was a day of buying and selling.

In the United States, long-term interest rates fell as a result of the fact that a high-ranking Fed official, known as a hawk, mentioned interest rate cuts in a speech on the 28th, and the expectation that the Fed might start cutting interest rates increased.

In response to this, against the backdrop of the yen's appreciation and the depreciation of the U.S. dollar in the foreign exchange market, sell orders were placed on export-related stocks such as automobiles on the Tokyo stock market on the 29th.

However, there was a movement to buy back semiconductor-related stocks and other stocks that had been falling in price recently, and on the whole, it was a day with little sense of direction.

At present, there is little material for trading, and many investors are taking a wait-and-see stance in order to determine the future of the Fed's monetary policy based on the results of the US economic indicators to be released in the future.