In the Tokyo stock market on March 17, the Nikkei Stock Average rebounded, closing at 27,333.79 yen, up 323.18 yen from the previous day. The domestic market also saw a lead in buying from the early morning, following the rise in the US market due to the receding of concerns about cash flow due to the announcement of support for mid-sized banks.
Looking at the movement of game-related stocks in such a situation, Sanrio <8136> was flooded with buying from the morning and stuck to the top price. It seems that Sanrio has attracted the attention of the market by announcing its third quarter financial results, which had been delayed due to an investigation into the attribution of licensing revenue to periods, and by announcing an upward revision to its full-year earnings forecast.
In addition, HEROZ <4382> rose for four days in a row to the 1600 yen level, and Bank of Innovation (BOI) <4393>, Aiming <3911>, gumi <3903>, and Bushiroad <7803> were also bought. .
Appiritz <4174>, which was scheduled to announce financial results for the term ending January 2023 after the close of the day, continued to grow for three days, recovering to the 1,200 yen level.
On the other hand, on March 16, the day before, Milestone Capital Management will issue a third-party allotment of stock acquisition rights and bonds with stock acquisition rights (CB) to raise up to approximately 4.1 billion yen. The Tokyo communication <7359>, which announced this, fell sharply, pushed by sales that were concerned about dilution.
Coly <4175>, which was announced the day before, posted a double-digit decline in sales for the fiscal year ending January 2023 and posted an operating loss of 200 million yen, was also sold.
In addition, Nihon Falcom <3723> and Toei Animation <4816> are not even.
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