By David McMahon TOKYO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Tokyo stocks are expected to climb cautiously in a holiday-shortened week, buoyed by hopes of fresh anti-deflation measures from the government, but with volatility on Wall Street looming as a downside risk. The market resumes trading on Tuesday after Monday's Autumnal Equinox holiday. The Nikkei average rose 2.59 percent last week to finish at 9,481.08, boosted by a bombshell announcement by the Bank of Japan (BOJ) on Wednesday that it ...
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