(Adds details) By Elaine Lies TOKYO, June 25 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average edged down 0.1 percent to a one-month closing low on Wednesday in its longest losing streak this year, with Toyota Motor Co and other exporters sold as worries about the U.S. economy hit blue-chip performers. The Nikkei's fifth straight negative day saw property developers suffer after real estate firm Suruga Corp said it had filed for court protection from creditors, while steelmakers also slid. But ...
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