FRANKFURT, June 26 (Reuters) - European shares looked set for a weaker opening on Tuesday, tracking losses in U.S. and Asian markets, with buyers wary of persistent problems in the U.S. subprime mortgage market. In Tokyo, a warning not to bet against the yen from Japan's Finance Minister Koji Omi triggered a rebound in that currency that pressured exporters such as Honda Motor . "Given the input from the United States, we are expecting a lower opening in Europe. Later on some top-down ...
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