Tokyo stocks set to post bigger gains in 2007

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(For a factbox on the top sectors in the Tokyo stock market in 2006, click on [ID:nT66670]) By David Dolan TOKYO, Dec 29 (Reuters) - After squeezing out a modest rise this year, Tokyo stocks look likely to post a bigger advance in 2007 as earnings growth and demand for Japan's blue chips push the benchmark Nikkei to its fifth straight year of gains. The Nikkei average ended the year at 17,225.83 on Friday, marking a year-on-year gain of 6.9 percent and a fourth consecutive year of ...

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