Nikkei down on Syria woes, earnings drive the retail sector

TOKYO, April 12 (Reuters) – Japanese stocks pulled back on Thursday as worries about possible U.S. military action against Syria curbed investor risk appetite, while earnings reports kept the retail sector in the spot light. The Nikkei share average ended …
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