* Market lacks direction ahead of BOJ meeting * Spanish credit rating cut sustains Europe concerns * Nintendo sheds 6 pct on poor earnings By Sophia Knight TOKYO, April 27 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei crept up 0.1 percent on Friday morning following a flat opening after Spain's credit rating was cut and investors were unwilling to change position ahead of a Bank of Japan decision on whether to implement further easing measures. The Nikkei share average rose to 9,575.36 while the broader Topix ...
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