TOKYO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is expected to book its best monthly performance in six months on Thursday, helped by expectations for further easing by the central bank and that the yen's rapid advance could be curbed by more intervention by the authorities. Wall Street took a breather from a month-long rally on Wednesday, and Nikkei futures traded in Chicago closed at 9,560, unchanged from the Osaka close , indicating that the benchmark Nikkei will likely to move ...
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