Nikkei jumps 9 pct on soft yen, BOJ rate cut talk

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TOKYO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average jumped more than 9 percent on Thursday, buoyed by exporters such as Kyocera Corp on a softer yen and amid talk of a rate cut by the Bank of Japan after similar moves by the United States and China. As of 0532 GMT, the benchmark Nikkei climbed 760.75 points to 8,972.65, while the broader Topix advanced 7.6 percent to 893.69. (Reporting by Aiko Hayashi)

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