Japan Stocks Fall Amid European Debt Crisis ConcernsAdam Haigh and Satoshi Kawano
Japanese stocks fell, with the Topix Index posting its biggest four-day drop since August, as the yen traded near an 11-year high against the euro amid concern Europe’s debt crisis is worsening.
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