(Updates to close) TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average dipped 0.06 percent on Tuesday, pinned between JFE Holdings Inc and other steelmakers down on prospects of steep hikes in iron ore prices, while oil-linked shares firmed as crude oil rose for the third straight session. Toyota Motor Corp and other exporters slid as those same high oil prices fanned worries about the U.S. and global economies, while renewed concerns about U.S. financial troubles put financial shares ...
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