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Strong Yen Belies a Worrisome Japanese Economy
It takes about 78 yen to buy $1 today. In 1985, it took about 250 yen. That was the year the U.S., France, Germany, the U.K.
Shirakawa Says Bank of Japan Is Monitoring Yen's Appreciation  Bloomberg
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Japanese Yen Rallies as 1Q GDP Beats, Risk-Aversion Takes Hold
The Japanese Yen has been one of the worst performing majors since Friday, but with no new stimulus coming from the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, or the Bank of England in the short-term, risk-aversion has taken hold.
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Gold, Japanese Yen Fall While US Dollar Stabilizes Ahead of FOMC
Today, however, it appears that market participants are signing a different tune, given the performance of Gold and the Japanese Yen, the two alternative safe havens to the US Dollar when the Fed is expected to or actually implements a more ...
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Japan-bound Filipino held at Naia for non-declaration of yen, pesos
MANILA, Philippines�Airport authorities on Friday intercepted a Filipino woman who allegedly tried to bring out of the country some 3.6 million yen and around P300,000 she had not declared to the Bureau of Customs, in violation of central bank rules.
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Euro Slides as Japanese Yen and US Dollar Make Comeback Post-Bernanke
With little important data due from either Asia or Europe (save the better than expected Japanese first quarter GDP reading), there was little reason to move into anything else than the Japanese Yen and the US Dollar, the top two performing currencies ...
Dissecting Bernanke's Comments: Central Bank Watch 3.1  Benzinga
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IMF Says Yen Is Overvalued and BOJ Should Add Stimulus: Economy
June 12 (Bloomberg) -- The International Monetary Fund said Japan's currency is overvalued and the central bank should consider further monetary stimulus, including longer-dated government bonds and private securities.
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Yen Stands to Gain on Flight to Safety�or Does It?
The Japanese Yen had a decent week, finishing in the middle of the pack with the majority of its bullish move coming on Friday following the Bank of Japan's inaction at their policy meeting.
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Dow Jones Indexes and FXCM jointly launch Dow Jones FXCM Yen Index
�We're pleased to build upon the success of the Dow Jones FXCM Dollar Index by offering investors a comparable index for the yen,� said Michael A. Petronella, President,Dow Jones Indexes. �The Japanese foreign exchange market is the biggest in the ...
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Why A Strong Yen Means More US Jobs
The cost to build a Toyota Prius hasn't changed much in the past five years - if you measure the cost in Japanese yen. But if you measure the cost in dollars, it's a different story.
Japan's Big Car Makers Grapple with Strong Yen
Japanese manufacturers realize they need to move quickly or risk losing competitiveness,� said Satoshi Komiya, a managing director at Boston Consulting Group in Tokyo.
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