The yen is plunging again. It’s down 0.34 per cent against the dollar.
A dollar will get you ¥90.63.
Reuters’ Wanfeng Zhou reports: “Traders cited reports quoting Japan’s deputy economy minister, Yasutoshi Nishimura, as saying the yen’s decline is not over and a dollar/yen level of 100 would not be a concern. Nishimura was also quoted saying that only if the dollar rises to 110-120 yen would it add to domestic import costs.”
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