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Japanese stocks rebound on Trump's tariff delay; Apple suppliers shine

Japanese stocks rebound on Trump's tariff delay; Apple suppliers shine. TOKYO, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Japanese stocks bounced on Wednesday, after Washington delayed tariffs on some Chinese imports in much-needed reprieve for markets, with chipmaking sectors and Apple-related firms enjoying the tailwind the most. The delay in tariffs on a substantial portion of a $300 billion list of remaining Chinese imports sent Wall Street stocks surging, after steep losses in the past week, with all three major indexes climbing more than 1.5%. Shares of likely beneficiaries of the tariff delay soared overnight, with Apple Inc up 4.2% on news that its iPhone, tablet and laptop computer products would be included in the items list, while the Philadelphia semiconductor index gained 3.0%.

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