Nikkei slips as banks falter; selling in construction sector eases

TOKYO, Dec 21 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei share average ended down on Thursday, dragged lower by weakness in banking shares though off earlier session lows. The Nikkei finished down 0.11 percent, or 25.62 points, at 22,866.10. The broader Topix erased …
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