TOKYO, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Japan's benchmark stock averages fell more than 3 percent on Friday, led by exporters such as Toyota Motor Corp hit by a stronger yen and tracking big losses on Wall Street amid growing fears of a U.S. recession. In a broad sell-off, major banks were also among the hardest hit, including Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group . As of 0020 GMT, the Nikkei was down 2.8 percent at 13,398.21 and the broader TOPIX index was down 2.7 percent at 1,294.25. (Reporting by Taiga ...
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