(Adds shares, comments) By Taiga Uranaka TOKYO, March 27 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average fell 0.8 percent on Thursday, with electronic parts maker TDK Corp plunging nearly 8 percent on a newspaper report that it would possibly miss its earnings forecast. Toyota Motor Co and other exporters lost ground on the firmer yen as well as growing concerns about a recession in the United States, a key destination for Asian exports. Gains in oil and commodity prices boosted oil and gas field ...
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