Nikkei rises on foreign buying but future gains seen limited

TOKYO, March 25 (Reuters) – The Nikkei average rose on
Friday to round off a week of gains as foreign investors scooped
up battered shares, but their buying is seen ebbing next week on
concerns about power cuts and attempts to prevent radiation
leaks from the nuclear plant hit by the earthquake and tsunami.

The benchmark Nikkei ended the day up 1.1 percent or
101.12 points at 9,536.13. The broader Topix index
gained 0.4 percent to 857.38.

(Reporting by Ayai Tomisawa; Additional reporting by Antoni
Slodkowski and Chikafumi Hodo; Editing by Michael Watson)

Nikkei rises on foreign buying but future gains seen limited