A Japanese newspaper reports that companies’ profits from selling shares have fallen to their lowest level in 19 years.

Share profits for global companies fell to their lowest level since 2003, the Japanese business newspaper Nikkei reported on Wednesday.

The newspaper reported that the company, listed on international stock exchanges, managed to earn the lowest amount in 19 years from the sale of its shares in the last period of 2022.

She added that from January 1 to June 9 this year, the profit of these companies from the sale of their shares amounted to $196.4 billion, which is 70% less than in the same period last year.

These gains are the lowest since 2003, when the world’s stock markets suffered a major crash, and the newspaper pointed out that the gains of US companies on this indicator were the lowest among companies in other countries of the world.

Source: TASS

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