[size=30]Nikkei falls amid concern the US official comments Bantrza tend to facilitate[/size]
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Direction Press / Agencies
Nikkei Japanese shares at the close of trading on Friday as the market worried about the yen's rise and descent of the financial sector shares with the decline in US bond yields after a senior official comments Federal Reserve (the US central bank) considered that they tend to facilitate the relatively cash.
The benchmark Nikkei was up 0.6 percent to close at 19,234.62 points. Over the week the index lost 0.7 percent.
Toshiba shares fell 9.2 percent after ratings agency Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said it may cut the company's rating if financial support from banks and any kind of debt restructuring included.
And went down the broader Topix index 0.4 percent to 1544.54 points, while the Jah.ba.aks Nikkei-400 index fell 0.5 percent to end the day at 13855.47 points