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Oriental Land Co., Ltd. (OLCLY)

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  • Reuters

    Japanese shares slip on firmer yen, profit-taking after election

    Japanese shares closed lower on Tuesday as a stronger yen pressured exporters and investors booked profits after a three-day rally in the run up to the ruling party election, where Abe ally Yoshihide Suga was picked as the new leader. The profit-taking came after Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, a long-time loyal aide of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, was elected head of Japan's ruling party on Monday, all but confirming he would replace Abe as prime minister on Wednesday. Export-oriented firms slipped as the yen remained strong against the dollar, last traded at 105.66 per dollar, staying close to a two-week high of 105.55 yen scaled the previous day.

  • Reuters

    Japan shares fall on profit-taking after election, firmer yen

    Japanese shares dipped on Tuesday as a stronger yen pressured exporters and investors booked profits after a three-day rally in the run up to the ruling party election, where Abe ally Yoshihide Suga was picked as the new leader. The benchmark Nikkei share average fell 0.56% to 23,427.30 by the midday break, having hit a fresh seven-month high in the previous session. The profit-taking came after Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga, a long-time loyal aide of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, was chosen head of Japan's ruling party on Monday, all but confirming he would replace Abe as prime minister on Wednesday.

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    REFILE-Mickey Mouse fans 'over the moon' as Tokyo Disney reopens

    Tokyo Disney Resort welcomed visitors on Wednesday for the first time in four months after being closed due to the coronavirus, with fans practicing social distance as they returned to see Mickey Mouse and other beloved characters. Visitors in face masks queuing on floor marks clapped as the gates of the Magic Kingdom reopened, and were encouraged to clean hands, pay without cash and avoid screaming while enjoying one of Japan's largest theme parks. The resort will operate at a 50% capacity for the foreseeable future, while parades and shows remain suspended.