TOKYO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is expected to test a fresh five-month high on Monday helped by the yen's recent slip against the dollar, although some profit-taking is seen likely to emerge after its 8.9 percent rally this month. Market players said China's decision on Friday to raise banks' reserve requirements was unlikely to jolt Tokyo shares, as investors had been bracing for such monetary tightening by China for some time. [ID:nL3E6MJ0N8] "Market players are ...
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