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Reuters: Tokyo bourse to brief on glitch at 0730 GMT

TOKYO, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The Tokyo Stock Exchange saidit would brief at 0730 GMT on a system glitch that had suspendedtrade in 241 instruments including shares of Sony Corp,Tokyo Electric Power Co and Hitachi Ltd. Full story

Trading suspended in 241 issues in Tokyo on glitch

The Tokyo Stock Exchange says it has suspended trading in 241 securities, including Sony Corp. and Hitachi Ltd., due to a glitch in its electronic trading system. Full story

Reuters: Nikkei edges up, system glitch hits trading

TOKYO, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The Nikkei share averageticked up for the third straight session on Thursday after newsthat manufacturing activity improved in the United States andChina despite headwinds from Europe, while Greece's debtnegotiations inched closer to a deal. The Tokyo Stock Exchange Full story

Embattled Olympus to remain on Tokyo stock market

Olympus Corp. will not be kicked off the Tokyo Stock Exchange, but the camera and medical device maker must pay a fine for covering up massive losses with false accounting, exchange officials said Friday. Full story

Olympus offices, homes raided in accounting probe

Investigators raided the office building of three small Olympus Corp subsidiaries on Wednesday, one of 20 sites searched in a probe of a $1.7 billion accounting scandal. Full story

Olympus told lenders H1 results to come by Dec 14: source

Olympus Corp President Shuichi Takayama told its lenders on Wednesday the firm would announce its first-half results by December 14, a deadline to keep its listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, a banking source said. Full story

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