Nikkei to rise in morning, could fall after BOJ decision


April 27 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average is expected to remain steady through Friday morning but could drop later in the day with risk appetite tempered after S&P cut Spain's rating, and if the Bank of Japan disappoints with its decision on whether to introduce further easing measures. Market participants said the Nikkei was likely to trade between 9,550 to 9,700 after Nikkei futures in Chicago <0#NIY:> closed at 9,605 up 45 from the close in Osaka of 9,560. Market ...

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