Nikkei slips, as tax talk rattles Wall Street

TOKYO, Oct 31 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average slipped on Tuesday, taking its cue from losses on Wall Street after a report that U.S. lawmakers are discussing more gradual corporate tax cuts rather than reducing it more aggressively. The Nikkei …
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