(Updates to midmorning) TOKYO, March 24 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks inched higher on Monday, extending a three-day winning streak, as gains in automakers such as Toyota Motor Co helped offset declines in recent gainers such as insurers on a stabilising yen. Shares of Nissan Motor Co Ltd jumped nearly 4 percent after Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Friday Japan's third-largest automaker expects to beat its global sales target for the year ending March 31. [ID:nKLR7597] "The yen ...
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