* Nikkei down 2.0 pct after jumping 7.6 pct previous week * Exporters fall on rising yen, weak U.S. retail reports * Investors eye development in U.S. auto sector bailout (Adds stocks, details) By Rika Otsuka TOKYO, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average fell 2.0 percent by midday on Monday as global recession fears prompted investors to book profits after last week's rally, with exporters such as Toyota Motor Corp slipping on a firmer yen. Honda Motor Co dropped 4.9 percent ...
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