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Date: 2012-09-13
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Nikkei gains ahead of Fed, fails to break 9,000
US-MARKETS-JAPAN-STOCKS:Nikkei gains ahead of Fed, fails to break 9,000
By Dominic Lau

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei average rose on Thursday to end just below the key 9,000 mark on mounting expectations of fresh stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve, with big gains for shippers and Apple suppliers buoying the market.

Investors covered


Japan tech, Taiwan's Hon Hai shares get iPhone lift
US-IPHONE-ASIASUPPLYCHAIN:Japan tech, Taiwan's Hon Hai shares get iPhone lift
(Reuters) - Japanese component suppliers and social media stocks were among the biggest beneficiaries of Apple Inc's <AAPL.O> launch of its latest iPhone and a new operating system that promises users better on-the-go networking capabilities.

Shares of the usual suspects from Apple's


Nikkei breaks through 9,000 ahead of Fed stimulus decision
US-MARKETS-JAPAN-STOCKS:Nikkei breaks through 9,000 ahead of Fed stimulus decision
By Sophie Knight

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei share average broke through 9,000 for the first time in two weeks on Thursday morning on heightened expectation of fresh stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve, with big gains for shippers and Apple suppliers buoying the market.



Google blocks YouTube clip only in Egypt and Libya
US-USA-LIBYA-GOOGLE:Google blocks YouTube clip only in Egypt and Libya
By Gerry Shih and Sue Zeidler

SAN FRANCISCO/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - YouTube, the video website owned by Google Inc, will not remove a film clip mocking the Islamic Prophet Mohammad that has been blamed for anti-U.S. protests in Egypt and Libya, but it has blocked access to it in those countries.



Facebook CEO's "search" comments raise hopes, questions
US-FACEBOOK-SEARCH:Facebook CEO's "search" comments raise hopes, questions
By Alexei Oreskovic

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg has fired a warning shot that threatens to ignite a battle to marry social networking with one of the most valuable areas of the technology industry: search.

Long dominated by Google


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