FACTBOX-Top winners and losers in 2006 Tokyo stocks


TOKYO, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Tokyo's Nikkei share average posted a 6.9 percent advance in 2006, to close the year at 17,225.83 on Friday, marking its fourth straight year of gains and its longest bull run since the years through 1989. Following are the five best and worst performing sectors in the Tokyo market for 2006: TOP FIVE PERFORMERS IN 2006: 1. Iron and steel +30.6% 2. Utilities +25.8% 3. Food +24.6% 4. Pharmaceuticals +24.4% 5. Transport equipment +24.0% WORST FIVE ...

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