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Investors are nervously training their sights on Japan’s general election Sunday, with the prospect of a surprise outcome creating choppy moves in recent days.

The nation’s ruling Liberal Democratic Party is facing voters for the first time in about a decade without former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the fore.

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