(Updates to opening) TOKYO, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks fell on Friday, with exporters such as Sony Corp hurt by a firmer yen and worries about U.S. growth, while the assassination of Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto sparked concerns about geopolitical risk. As of 0001 GMT, the benchmark Nikkei average was down 1 percent or 151.32 points at 15,413.37. It had finished the previous session down 0.6 percent at 15,564.69, snapping four straight days of gains. The broader ...
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