REFILE-Nikkei recovers from 3-week low after BOJ boosts bond buying

TOKYO, July 7 Japan’s Nikkei share average dropped to a three-week low on Friday morning after global shares tumbled, but investors wasted no time trimming losses after the Bank Of Japan raised its purchases of government bonds in its market operations.
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