By Edwina Gibbs TOKYO, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks are set to climb this week on a sudden slip in the yen on Friday, but the gains are likely to be small in a traditionally slow period ahead of the fiscal year-end. Worries of a greater risk of inflation in United States after data late last week showed a jump in U.S. consumer prices and a somewhat bearish outlook for Wall Street might also cap advances. The dollar surged to a two-month high of around 109 yen in overnight Friday ...
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