(Adds stocks, detail) By Aiko Hayashi TOKYO, June 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average slipped 0.9 percent on Friday, dented by Inpex Holdings and other oil-related shares as oil prices fell after China said it will raise domestic fuel prices. Market participants said investors locked in profits in Japanese stocks amid uncertainty about the U.S. economy and after the shares recently found more favour than European and U.S. stocks. A fall in recent gainer Kyocera Corp and other ...
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