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TOKYO, Dec. 14, 2010 (Kyodo News International) -- TSE

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Acom Co 954 UP 3 Advantest Corp (NYSE:ATE) 1897 UP 22 Aeon Co 1027 UP 17 Aflac 4615 DN 60 AIG (NYSE:AIG) 4020 DN 90 Ajinomoto Co 850 UP 8 Alps Elec Co 854 UP 5 Amada Co (OOTC:AMDWF) 661 UP 11 ANA 300 UP 2 Anritsu Corp 603 UP 2 AOC Holdings Inc 443 UP 2 Aozora BK Ltd 156 UP 5 Asahi Breweries Ltd (OOTC:ASBRY) 1596 DN 5 Asahi Glass Co 932 UP 2 Asahi Kasei Corp 521 DN 3 Asics Corp 1060 UP 7 Astellas Pharm Inc 3100 UP 30 Atsugi Co 108 DN 2 Bic Camera Inc 34000 UP 100 BK of America 1055 DN 15 BK of Yokohama Ltd 420 DN 1 Bridgestone Corp 1652 DN 12 Brother Ind Ltd 1210 DN 9 Canon Inc 4080 DN 20 Canon Marketing 1191 UP 20 Casio Computer Co 641 DN 4 Chiba BK Ltd 528 UP 10 China Boqi 21640 UP 40 Chiyoda Corp 811 UP 32 Chubu Elec Power Co 2020 UP 13 Chugai Pharm Co 1516 UP 4 Chugoku Elec Power 1684 UP 9 Chuo Mitsui Trust 324 UP 2 Citigroup Inc 398 DN 3 Citizen Holdings Co 550 DN 1 Clarion Co 156 DN 1 Comsys Holdings Corp 866 UP 7 Cosmo Oil Co 264 UP 9 Credit Saison Co 1287 UP 6 CSK Corp 370 UP 7 Dai Nippon Print Co 1106 UP 2 Dai-ichi Life Ins Co 136300 UP 1700 Daido Steel Co 495 UP 1 Daiei Inc 325 UP 4 (MORE)

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