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11-05-2012 13:55 BJT

Japan’s Nikkei 225 edges lower for the 1st time in 4 sessions, losing about a 3rd of a percent, still above the 9,000 point mark, near 9,020.

Japanese investors are shying away from risk before the results of a tightly fought US presidential election, and as commodity prices weaken. Still, a softer yen and decent gains at Toyota and other carmakers are limiting losses on the Nikkei. Vincent Touraine joins us live from Tokyo.

Q1: Vincent, troubled TV maker, Sharp, is once again in the spotlight, losing about 5% today, what’s the latest?

Q2: Bucking the trend, are the carmakers, thanks to a slightly weaker yen, and following a positive report on Toyota, what does it say?

 

 

Editor:James |Source: CCTV.com

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