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- Online securities firms in Japan are allowing individual investors to trade as little as one share. Kabu.com was the first online trader to launch the business, followed by ETrade Securities Co. The odd-lot share trades allow investors to buy one share of a stock whose minimum trading unit is 1,000 shares. Odd-lot shares are generated through corporate mergers and stock splits. Both ETrade and kabu.com accept orders round the clock.

- Kabu.com said it has started providing trading data for each stock, with the data based on transactions made over the past month. With the service, investors can...

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