(Updates to mid-afternoon) TOKYO, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks rose to their highest levels in two weeks on Thursday as the Federal Reserve's expected interest rate cut, surprisingly brisk economic growth data and a softer yen all boosted exporters such as Canon Inc . Nippon Oil Corp and other energy-related issues also fuelled the market's rise after oil leapt nearly 2 percent to top $96 for the first time on an unexpected sharp fall in U.S. crude stocks. [ID:nSYD170956] But ...
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