TOKYO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average is likely to slip on Friday after fears that authorities might be curbing stimulus efforts too soon sent Wall Street lower, with financials set to fall after Nomura Holdings said it planned a large share offering. Nomura said it would raise up to $5.6 billion in its second share sale since it bought the European and Asian operations of Lehman Brothers, targeting investments and tighter capital requirements. [ID:nT31071] Market ...
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