Nikkei ends down 1.3 pct over caution on U.S. plan


*Nikkei average erases gains and falls for third day *Caution over U.S. bailout plan outweighs initial relief *Exporters fall sharply on uncertainty over global economy (Adds stocks, details) By Taiga Uranaka TOKYO, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average fell 1.3 percent on Monday, down for a third day as investor caution about the implementing of a U.S. bailout plan for the financial sector outweighed initial relief that a deal was being done. Major banks shed much of their ...

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