Nikkei likely to gain on softer yen, U.S. hopes


TOKYO, Jan 29 (Reuters) - The Nikkei average is likely to gain on Thursday, with exporters seen higher on a softer yen and after optimism about the U.S. government's rescue plan for banks boosted Wall Street. As the Japanese earnings season gets into full swing, Sony Corp , which has warned of a massive loss, will announce results after the close on Thursday. Others set to report earnings later in the day include Nippon Steel Corp , Toshiba Corp and Kyocera Corp . Canon Inc , the world's ...

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