Nikkei loses more than 2 pct as yen gains; JAL up 2:05am EDT
TOKYO, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Japan's Nikkei stock average fell 2.3 percent on Monday, with Toyota Motor Corp and other exporters battered as the dollar hit a 7-month low against the yen. But Japan Airlines (JAL) climbed nearly 8 percent following news that the struggling airline was in talks on investment by American Airlines and Delta Airlines . [ID:nT87438] The benchmark Nikkei shed 242.27 points to 10,202.06 after earlier falling as mu  Full Article

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