Japan Stocks Fall on BOJ Decision, Exports, Ratings CutNorie Kuboyama
Japanese stocks fell, sending the Nikkei 225 Stock Average to its first drop in three days, after the Bank of Japan refrained from adding more monetary stimulus, and as concerns mounted that Greece may exit the euro zone.
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