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Tokyo Stocks May Keep Bleeding on Coronavirus Fears Next Week

Tokyo Stocks May Keep Bleeding on Coronavirus Fears Next Week

   Tokyo, Feb. 21 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo stocks may continue falling next week, with active buying unlikely amid persistent uncertainty about the economic impact of the spreading coronavirus outbreak.
   This week, the Nikkei average of 225 selected issues on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange fell 300.85 points, or 1.27 pct, to end at 23,386.74 on Friday, weighed down by lingering fears over the adverse effects of the ongoing novel coronavirus epidemic on earnings at Japanese firms.

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