Stock Investments by foreigners in Japan decreased by 83 billion yen in the week ending January 21 of 2023. source: Ministry of Finance, Japan

Foreign Stock Investment in Japan averaged 24.87 JPY Billion from 2005 until 2023, reaching an all time high of 2079.00 JPY Billion in July of 2021 and a record low of -2162.40 JPY Billion in March of 2018. This page provides the latest reported value for - Stock Investment by Foreigners - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long-term prediction, economic calendar, survey consensus and news. Stock Investment by Foreigners - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on January of 2023.

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Stock Investment by Foreigners



Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2023-01-18 11:50 PM Jan/14 ¥185.6B ¥-199.2B
2023-01-25 11:50 PM Jan/21 ¥-83B ¥186.4B
2023-02-01 11:50 PM Jan/28 ¥-83B


Related Last Previous Unit Reference
Foreign Exchange Reserves 1227600.00 1226300.00 USD Million Dec 2022
Foreign Stock Investment -83.00 186.40 JPY Billion Jan 2023
Foreign Bond Investment -344.20 1238.50 JPY Billion Jan 2023

Stock Investment by Foreigners
Foreign Investments in Japanese Stocks refers to the net difference between inflow and outflow of investments in Japanese stock market by foreigners.
Actual Previous Highest Lowest Dates Unit Frequency
-83.00 186.40 2079.00 -2162.40 2005 - 2023 JPY Billion Weekly
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News Stream
Foreign Outflow in Japanese Stocks Intensifies
Foreigners sold Japanese stocks worth a net 1,050.4 billion yen in the week ending Mar. 12, accelerating from a net selling worth 910 billion yen in the preceding week, according to Ministry of Finance data. Foreigners remained net sellers of Japanese equities for a seventh straight week as ceasefire talks between Russia and Ukraine last week showed little progress, while a surge in US inflation added to concerns about a more aggressive monetary tightening. The Nikkei fell 3.17% last week to close at its lowest level since November 2020, while the broader Topix Index lost 2.46%. Both benchmark stock indexes have recovered those losses this week following a post-Fed announcement relief rally in stocks, as well as on hopes for a breakthrough in ceasefire talks between Russia and Ukraine.
2022-03-17
Foreign Outflow in Japanese Stocks Accelerates
Foreigners sold Japanese stocks worth a net 910.3 billion yen in the week ending Mar. 5, accelerating from a net selling worth 402.6 billion yen in the preceding week, according to Ministry of Finance data. Foreigners remained net sellers of Japanese equities for a sixth straight week as risk aversion dominated sentiment after the Russia-Ukraine war intensified, prompting harsh Western sanctions against Moscow. The Russian invasion and ensuing sanctions also exacerbated supply chain problems created by the pandemic and caused commodity prices to soar. The Nikkei 225 Index fell 1.85% last week, while the broader Topix Index lost 1.67%. Both benchmark stock indexes are attempting to recover some losses this week on diplomacy hopes and easing commodity prices.
2022-03-10
Foreign Outflow in Japanese Stocks Accelerates
Foreigners sold Japanese stocks worth a net 402.3 billion yen in the week ending Feb. 26, accelerating from a net selling worth 260.8 billion yen in the preceding week, according to Ministry of Finance data. Foreigners remained net sellers of Japanese equities for a fifth straight week as risk aversion dominated sentiment after Russian forces attacked Ukraine, initiating the biggest assault on a European state since World War Two. The Nikkei 225 Index fell 2.38% last week, while the broader Topix Index lost 2.5%. Both benchmark stock indexes are attempting to recover their losses this week as investors reassessed risks arising from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict and the related sanctions.
2022-03-03