TOKYO, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks fell on Tuesday, following an overnight slide on Wall Street due to renewed credit worries. Exporters such as Toyota Motor Corp were sold on the yen's sharp gain against the dollar. As of 0001 GMT, the Nikkei had slipped 1.2 percent to 14,953.93, while the broader TOPIX had shed 1.1 percent to 1,451.17. (Reporting by Taiga Uranaka)
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