TOKYO, May 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average is expected to rise on Friday after China said Europe remains a key investment market for its foreign-exchange reserves, soothing jittery financial markets and sending U.S. stocks sharply higher. China's central bank said a Financial Times report on Wednesday that Beijing was concerned about its euro zone bond holdings was groundless. [ID:nTOE64Q04P] The report had driven the euro to a near four-year low against the dollar and near an ...
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