*Tankan due 8:50 a.m. Oct 1. TOKYO, Sept 19- The mood of Japanese manufacturers is seen as less optimistic in the three months to September and it will probably improve only slightly in the coming quarter, indicating that a sale tax hike and slow recovery in exports are hurting firms' sentiment.» Read More
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