*Yen near 15- month high despite Japan's verbal intervention. LONDON, Feb 12- Relative calm returned to world markets on Friday after a hurricane-force week that gave dollar/yen its biggest smashing since 2008, wiped billions off share prices and saw a stampede into top-rated government bonds and gold. Japan's Nikkei fell 5.4 percent, having been shut during...» Read More
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