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TOKYO, Dec. 16, 2010 (Kyodo News International) -- TSE

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Acom Co 925 UP 6 Advantest Corp (NYSE:ATE) 1885 DN 1 Aeon Co 1009 DN 6 Aflac - - AIG (NYSE:AIG) 4350 UP 50 Ajinomoto Co 847 DN 3 Alps Elec Co 852 UP 1 Amada Co (OOTC:AMDWF) 654 DN 2 ANA 308 UP 4 Anritsu Corp 628 UP 1 AOC Holdings Inc 461 UP 1 Aozora BK Ltd 165 0 Asahi Breweries Ltd (OOTC:ASBRY) 1597 DN 3 Asahi Glass Co 938 UP 3 Asahi Kasei Corp 526 DN 2 Asics Corp 1027 UP 6 Astellas Pharm Inc 3125 UP 15 Atsugi Co 110 UP 2 Bic Camera Inc 34100 UP 200 BK of America - - BK of Yokohama Ltd 424 0 Bridgestone Corp 1602 DN 14 Brother Ind Ltd 1239 UP 10 Canon Inc 4140 DN 5 Canon Marketing 1180 DN 10 Casio Computer Co 669 UP 18 Chiba BK Ltd 534 UP 2 China Boqi 21420 DN 80 Chiyoda Corp 839 UP 1 Chubu Elec Power Co 2003 DN 5 Chugai Pharm Co 1533 0 Chugoku Elec Power 1681 UP 2 Chuo Mitsui Trust 331 UP 1 Citigroup Inc 386 0 Citizen Holdings Co 565 UP 4 Clarion Co 162 0 Comsys Holdings Corp 862 DN 5 Cosmo Oil Co 264 0 Credit Saison Co 1308 UP 16 CSK Corp 373 UP 1 Dai Nippon Print Co 1115 UP 6 Dai-ichi Life Ins Co 131100 UP 1000 Daido Steel Co 481 DN 8 Daiei Inc 327 UP 1 (MORE)

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