Nikkei likely to fall after rally but yen may help


TOKYO, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is likely to fall on Thursday, following a rally the previous day and after worries about stricter oversight for Wall Street hurt U.S. stocks, but a weaker yen may support exporter shares. Advantest Corp will likely be in focus after the world's biggest supplier of machines that test semiconductors said it would cut more than a quarter of its workforce and warned it faces a record $804 million annual loss. [ID:nT314532] "Investors will ...

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