Nikkei to move in tight band; weaker yen to support


TOKYO, April 1 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is expected to move in a narrow range on Friday as investors refrain from trading actively ahead of U.S. payroll data, with shares likely to be supported by a weaker yen against the dollar. Japanese shares could face slight selling pressure after Wall Street stocks fell the previous day, but the market might lack clear direction with investors wary about taking fresh positions ahead of the weekend, after the Nikkei posted solid gains over ...

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