(Updates to midafternoon) By Aiko Hayashi TOKYO, March 19 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks rose but pared some of their earlier gains on Wednesday, with continuing worries about the global financial system preventing a further rise while exporters such as Toyota Motor Corp received a boost from a somewhat stronger yen. Beaten-down financial shares, including Japan's top bank Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group , also gained after big U.S. interest rate cuts and on news that Goldman Sachs and ...
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