TOKYO (AP) _ Tokyo stocks finished narrowly mixed Friday as an early rally fizzled amid disappointment over the government's latest economic package. The dollar rose against the yen.

The benchmark 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average gained 2.38 points to 13,383.76. On Thursday, the average rose 138.60 points, or 1.05 percent.

But the broader Tokyo Stock Price Index of all issues listed on the first section fell 4.07 points, or 0.30 percent, at 1,313.76. The index rose 13.46 points, or 1.03 percent, on Thursday.

Decliners edged out advancers 698 to 638. Trading volume fell to an estimated 975.19 million shares from 1.129 billion shares Thursday.

The dollar bought 124.78 yen by late afternoon, up 0.60 yen from late Thursday in Tokyo and also above its late New York level of 124.04 yen. The dollar traded in a range of 123.97 yen and 125.55 yen.

Blue chip technology and telecommunications stocks led the Nikkei higher initially, following Thursday's rally in U.S. stocks.

But stocks retreated to end flat on disappointment that the much awaited emergency economic package was vague on tax breaks and the timing of establishing a fund to absorb banks' shareholdings, traders said.

In the currency trading, the dollar rebounded from early losses against the yen on investor concern that the economic package may trigger near term pain to businesses and banks.

In other currencies, the euro was traded at 112.63 yen, up from 112.18 yen late Thursday in Tokyo.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Japanese government bond fell to 1.2700 percent from 1.3000 percent at the close Thursday. Its price rose 0.26 point to 98.50.


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