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Tokyo Stocks Expected to Go Down Further Next Week

Tokyo Stocks Expected to Go Down Further Next Week

   Tokyo, July 31 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo stocks are expected to go down further next week, as uncertainty is re-emerging over the global economic outlook amid a resurgence of the novel coronavirus in and outside Japan.
   This week, the 225-issue Nikkei average lost 1,041.61 points, or 4.58 pct, to end at 21,710.00 on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, with investor sentiment chilled by weak economic data and a host of disappointing business results from Japanese companies during the ongoing earnings reporting season.

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