TOKYO, Nov 30 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is likely to to take a breather on Tuesday after hitting a five-month closing high the previous day, but a softer yen against the dollar is expected to lend support. The market may also be weighed down after concerns that Europe's credit crisis will spread despite a weekend bailout of Ireland sent Wall Street lower on Monday, boosted U.S. 30-year Treasury bonds and spurred safe-haven buying of gold. The yen was trading at 84.25 per dollar ...
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