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Nikkei drops 2.19% due to price of crude oil, possible tax increase

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Tokyo (Japan), 5 oct (EFE/EPA).-(Camera: Kimimasa Mayama) The main index of the Stock exchange of Tokyo, the Nikkei, closed Tuesday's session with a drop of 2.19%, as the price of oil increases.FOOTAGE OF THE JAPANESE STOCK INDICATORS.

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