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dollar appreciated sharply in the first half of the 1980s--or what is the same thing, the Japanese yen depreciated.
CMC and Ritek have confirmed that part of Japanese suppliers' capacity of CD-R discs, DVD and blu-ray discs has actually been switched to Taiwan in the form of outsourcing, when the Japanese yen has unceasingly risen this year.
We will maintain the 7% weight in Japanese yen as an increase in economic activity could signal an end to the deflationary period in Japan.
dollar in the third quarter, slightly higher than the evaluation of renminbi but lower than Japanese yen and Korean won.
While investors' concern on the stability of Japan's financial system has added pressure to the Japanese yen, dealers said they are not sure about the strength of the dollar either.
1 billion, respectively, and consisted of German marks and Japanese yen.
Summary: Japanese Yen Volatility Likely on Currency Intervention Threat Fundamental Forecast for Japanese Yen: Neutral - FinMin Fujii Threatens Act on Currency.
The dollar plunged Friday against the Japanese yen, ending the week with a 5 percent loss in value, its biggest setback to date in its rally from record lows two years ago.
This dynamic served to support the currencies and credit markets of the higher-yielding European countries, including Italy, Sweden, and Spain, at the expense of lower-yielding currencies, such as the Japanese yen.
The new currencies join the existing seven currencies, the Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Euro, Japanese Yen, Pound Sterling, Swiss Franc and United States Dollar as CLS Bank eligible currencies.
Euro / Japanese Yen I wrote Wednesday that "staying below 131.
With the surplus may go the Japanese yen, whose ascent has been one of the greatest levitation acts in modern history, and whose strength even today is largely taken for granted by most analysts.

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