(Updates to mid-afternoon) TOKYO, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks rose on Monday, driven higher by Nissan Motor Co after it posted surprisingly strong results, while banks jumped as investors bet the worst is over for the sector and expected further rate cuts by the U.S. Federal Reserve will help loosen up credit markets. A string of blue-chip stocks such as Canon Inc and Sony Corp also helped buoy the market on profitability hopes, sending Tokyo stocks to their highest in more than a ...
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