TOKYO, Oct 24 (Reuters) - Japanese shares rose on Thursday,
recovering from a two-week low hit earlier with traders citing
domestic investors buying futures on the dip, offsetting
concerns over China's economic outlook.
The benchmark Nikkei added 0.4 percent to 14,486.41
after dropping to 14,273.71 in morning trade, the lowest point
since Oct. 10. The Topix gained 0.6 percent to 1,203.35.
Traders said that domestic institutional investors such as
banks placed buying orders in futures and ETFs towards the
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