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144.7550+1.4350 (+1.0013%)
As of 06:41PM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close143.3200
Open143.3300
Bid144.7330
Day's Range143.1960 - 144.7680
52 Week Range110.5340 - 145.8830
Ask144.7420
  • Bloomberg

    Japan Yen Intervention Was Appropriate, BOJ Kuroda Says

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  • Reuters

    UPDATE 7-Japan warns against speculative yen moves, markets wary of further intervention

    Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said authorities stood ready to respond to speculative currency moves, a fresh warning that comes days after Tokyo intervened in the foreign exchange market to stem yen falls for the first time in more than two decades. Suzuki also told a news conference on Monday the government and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) were on the same page in sharing concerns about the currency's sharp declines.

  • Reuters

    Japan warns against speculative yen moves, markets wary of further intervention

    TOKYO/OSAKA (Reuters) -Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said authorities stood ready to respond to speculative currency moves, a fresh warning that comes days after Tokyo intervened in the foreign exchange market to stem yen falls for the first time in more than two decades. Suzuki also told a news conference on Monday the government and the Bank of Japan (BOJ) were on the same page in sharing concerns about the currency's sharp declines. "We are deeply concerned about recent rapid and one-sided market moves driven in part by speculative trading," Suzuki told the news conference.