Nikkei inches up on Wall St gains and upbeat data, election caution caps buying

TOKYO, Oct 2 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average rose on Monday, buoyed by Wall Street’s increases and upbeat domestic data, although caution towards an upcoming general election limited gains. The Nikkei ended Monday 0.2 percent higher at 20,400.78.
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