* Automakers rally on growing expectation of monetary easing * Honda jumps 6.2 pct, Toyota up 3.5 pct, Nissan rises 5.5 pct By Dominic Lau and Yoko Kubota TOKYO, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Hopes that Japan's central bank would obey incoming prime minister Shinzo Abe's call to print more money and weaken the yen sparked a sharp rally on Wednesday among auto stocks, lifting Tokyo's market to its biggest gain in over a year. Honda Motor led ...
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