* Nikkei up 1.1 pct in holiday-thinned trade * Investors scoop up Toyota, other battered shares * JFE tumbles as its unit JEF Steel plans output cut (Adds stocks, details) By Aiko Hayashi TOKYO, Dec 26 (Reuters) - The Nikkei share average rose 1.1 percent on Friday as investors picked up battered stocks such as Toyota Motor Corp near the end of the year, but gains were capped by persistent concern over the economy. In a sign of the impact of the economic downturn, JFE Holdings ...
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