Nikkei up 0.9 pct as Kyocera, exporters gain

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(Updates with opening) TOKYO, May 29 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average rose 0.9 percent on Thursday, led higher by high-tech exporters such as Kyocera Corp on a softer yen and after Wall Street was buoyed by signs of stronger business spending. As of 0001 GMT, the benchmark Nikkei average rose 123.21 points to 13,832.65 after falling 1.3 percent the previous day. The broader Topix index climbed 0.8 percent or 11.20 points to 1,359.89. (Reporting by Aiko Hayashi)

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