Nikkei falls as banks slide; Kyocera posts 1.5% weekly drop

Japan’s Nikkei share average fell on Friday on weakness in most sectors, with banking stocks down on worries that domestic bond yields would be kept low after the central bank conducted a special bond purchase operation to curb rising yields. Kyocera Corp …
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