Japan's Nikkei share average eased back on Wednesday from an all-time peak scaled in the previous session, with technical signals suggesting the more than 9% gain made over the last three weeks had been too rapid. The Nikkei was 0.19% lower at 39,164.63 as of mid-morning trade in Tokyo, after marking a record intraday peak of 39,426.29 in the previous session and an all-time closing high of 39,239.52. Two heavyweight stocks, Uniqlo operator Fast Retailing and startup investor SoftBank Group, lost a combined 71 index points, equalling the decline for the Nikkei as a whole.
Japan's Nikkei index inched higher at close on Friday, coming off from a fresh 34-year high as investors sold stocks to lock in profits. The Nikkei edged up 0.09% to 36,897.42 after jumping as much as 1.15% to 37,282,26, its highest since February 1990. SoftBank Group jumped 8.72%, rising for a second straight session, after the tech investment firm returned to profit for the first time in five quarters.
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