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Tokyo Stocks Fall Back on Wall Street Plunge, Stronger Yen

Tokyo Stocks Fall Back on Wall Street Plunge, Stronger Yen

   Tokyo, Dec. 3 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo stocks pulled back into negative territory Tuesday in the wake of a Wall Street sell-off and the yen's strengthening against the dollar amid growing concerns over the U.S. economy.
   The Nikkei average of 225 blue chips listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange fell 149.69 points, or 0.64 pct, to end at 23,379.81, after advancing 235.59 points Monday.

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