Here's What Nikkei Futures Did Right After That Earthquake

Japan is closed, but futures trading goes on.

As you can see, right after that earthquake, Nikkei futures took a nice little dip (just as they did after last week’s earthquake). They’re already recovering, and most global markets aren’t showing much of an impact.

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