(Updates to closing) TOKYO, June 29 (Reuters) - The Nikkei average booked its highest close in a week on Friday, climbing 1.15 percent as exporters such as Toyota Motor Corp. gained on a dip in the yen and after the Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged in the key U.S. market. Shares of Doutor Coffee Co. Ltd. , Japan's largest coffee chain, slid after its shareholders backed a merger with Nippon Restaurant System Inc. , rebuffing opposition by a hedge fund. [ID:nT305931] The ...
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