Overseas investors turned net stock buyers last week for the first time in three weeks on the Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya bourses, the Tokyo Stock Exchange said Thursday.
Nonresident investors bought a net 394.13 billion yen in Japanese shares from Sept. 25 to 29 on the three stock exchanges. They had sold a net 123.59 billion yen the preceding week, the TSE said.
Individual investors turned net sellers for the first time in four weeks, unloading a net 474.27 billion yen last week, after buying a net 135.10 billion yen the preceding week.
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