Nikkei edges down as financial stocks hurt by BOJ JGB operation

TOKYO, Nov 17 Japan’s Nikkei share average edged down on Thursday morning tracking weakness in Wall Street, while the central bank’s first fixed-rate debt purchasing operation hurt financial stocks. In mid-morning, the Bank Of Japan launched its first …
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