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Tokyo Stocks Fall Back on Yen's Rise, Worries about U.S.-China Ties

Tokyo Stocks Fall Back on Yen's Rise, Worries about U.S.-China Ties

   Tokyo, Aug. 2 (Jiji Press)--Tokyo stocks turned lower Tuesday, battered by the yen's appreciation and growing concerns over U.S.-China relations.
   The Nikkei average of 225 selected issues listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's Prime section dropped 398.62 points, or 1.42 pct, to finish at 27,594.73, after rising 191.71 points Monday.

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