TOKYO - The Nikkei share average rose on Friday in turbulent trade, stablising somewhat after a 7.3 percent dive in the previous session, but the extreme volatility and worries the bull-run may be running out of steam sidelined most buyers.
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SYDNEY - Japanese stocks turned negative on Friday and the yen reversed early losses, keeping intact worries that the Nikkei's largest one-day drop in two years may be the start of a bigger rout.
Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma said on Thursday that the government will issue certain clarifications in foreign direct investment policy which will come into effect prospectively. Full Article
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