Nikkei seen bouncing after Japan escapes G20 criticism
TOKYO, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Tokyo shares are expected to rise on Monday, with exporters and banks leading the pack after the yen softened on the G20's decision not to single out Japan for undertaking policies that have weakened its currency. Market players said the Nikkei was likely to trade between 11,250 to 11,350 on Monday, moving back towards a 33-month high marked earlier this month. Ahead of the conclusion of the G20 meeting, Nikkei futures in Chicago closed at 11,315 on Friday, up 1
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