TOKYO, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks are seen opening higher on Friday led by Sony Corp after it reported solid earnings. Sony said after Thursday's close that it swung to a quarterly operating profit on strong sales of personal computers and digital cameras as well as a weaker yen, raising its full-year forecast by 2 percent. Market participants are also looking for clues to Japan's economic health from consumer price and industrial output data to be issued just before trade opens. ...
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