TOKYO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks are likely to move lower on Tuesday with financial shares such as Mizuho Financial Group Inc falling after credit worries hit Wall Street again overnight, while a stronger yen may weigh on exporters. Japanese markets were closed on Monday for a national holiday. Yutaka Miura, deputy manager of the equity information department at Shinko Securities, said the appointment of Yasuo Fukuda as leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party on Sunday ...
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