On Monday, the Tokyo Stock Exchange took the second biggest collapse in the key index this year, reflecting investors' concerns about future trends.
After the collapse of the previous week on Monday trading actively sold 225 shares of companies included in the index Nikkei, citing the fact that for some time he fell more than 580 points.
Later, investors regained some stocks. At the close of trading on that day, the Nikkei was 14,142 points, down 469 points below the figure for Friday.
Investors continue to be wary of the long-running confusion in the market.
The appreciation of the yen in foreign exchange markets also contributed to the sale of the shares of export-related.
According to market sources, some investors bought back shares cheapened signs of improvement in the situation of corporate business.
However, sources say that the fall in stock prices leads to the fact that investors are in no hurry to place orders for the purchase of shares. They also say that the Japanese market is apparently still remain unstable for some time.