(Updates with closing shares) By Chikako Mogi TOKYO, April 23 (Reuters) - Japanese bank shares fell on Friday on concern about their financial health ahead of a government report on whether the top banks had set aside adequate provisions against bad loans. The banking sector subindex ended down 2.32 percent, in sharp contrast to a 1.17 percent rise in the Nikkei stock average . Economics and Financial Services Minister Heizo Takenaka, who oversees Japan's top banking regulator, the ...
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