TOKYO, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average is likely to edge higher on Friday, continuing its bullish trend since the start of the month as the dollar's recovery against the yen is expected to spur solid bargain-hunting demand. Japanese stocks are expected to be well-supported following gains in European stock markets, but investors are likely to refrain from actively taking fresh positions as they want to see how the U.S. shares move when market participants return from the ...
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