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Tokyo: Stocks open down 1.93% on fears of Greek default

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Tokyo stocks opened down 1.93 per cent on Monday, with investor sentiment hit by fears of a Greek default and by a stronger yen.

[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks opened down 1.93 per cent on Monday, with investor sentiment hit by fears of a Greek default and by a stronger yen.

The Nikkei 225 index at the Stock Exchange was down 400.18 points at 20,305.97 at the start.

AFP

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