TAIPEI, July 26 (Reuters) - Taiwan stocks fell 0.1 percent on Friday morning, but smartphone lenses maker Largan Precision went 7 percent limit up after posting quarterly earnings that beat market expectations. At the first hour into trade, the benchmark TAIEX index had slipped to 8,155.32 points, erasing gains at the opening bell. The electronics sub-index shed 0.14 percent, weighed by heavyweights TSMC and HTC, both of which slid about 1 percent. Hotai Motors, which makes ...
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