By David McMahon TOKYO, June 28 (Reuters) - Tokyo stocks are expected to edge cautiously higher this week with the market tugged between potentially upbeat economic data at home and the impact of the latest U.S. corporate scandals. On the downside, shares in office equipment company Xerox Corp plunged 13 percent on Friday after it said it would restate five years of results. That came just days after long distance and data carrier WorldCom Inc dropped an accounting bombshell, sending ...
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