Nikkei inches up as Canon gains, machinery stock up


(Updates to midmorning) TOKYO, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei swung into positive territory after opening slightly lower on Wednesday, helped higher by Canon Inc after a newspaper report that it and 10 other Japanese firms will develop multipurpose diagnostic chips. Investors are also snatching up machinery issues such as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd on expectations for strong demand from emerging countries, said Tsuyoshi Segawa, equity strategist at Shinko Securities. "I've got ...

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