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THE INSIDE JAPAN COLUMN: Yen Gains on Cohn Tangle; BOJ Operation in Focus: Inside Japan

(Bloomberg) — Yen extended overnight gains on concerns the confusion in U.S. politics could undermine the American economy by hindering implementations of key policies. Bonds will focus on the Bank of Japan’s market operation after it cut the amount of long maturities earlier this week. USD/JPY falls 0.2% to 109.40, …

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THE INSIDE JAPAN COLUMN: Yen Advances on Fed, Concern Over U.S. Politics: Inside Japan

(Bloomberg) — Yen gains for a second day as U.S. Treasury yields and dollar fell after FOMC minutes showed concerns about achieving inflation target and President Donald Trump disbanded his advisory groups. USD/JPY falls 0.1% to 110.04 after losing 0.4% Wednesday “U.S. political uncertainty and geopolitical risks in North Korea …

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FX/RATES DAYBOOK EUROPE: Aussie Gains; U.K. Jobs, Eurozone GDP, By Subhadip Sircar

(Bloomberg) — Australia’s dollar halted a two-day decline as traders covered short positions and quarterly wage data matched estimates. The yen steadied after sliding 1.3 percent over the last two days. TODAY * U.K. unemployment, Eurozone GDP OVERNIGHT TRADING SESSIONS * U.S. ** The dollar rose for a second day …

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THE INSIDE JAPAN COLUMN: Yen Slump per Euro Steadies, Bonds Eye Linker Sale: Inside Japan

Yen Slump per Euro Steadies, Bonds Eye Linker Sale: Inside Japan (Bloomberg) — Yen steadies against euro after falling to lowest since early 2016, as positive risk positive sentiment encouraged buying of yen crosses which is expected to help underpin the dollar against the Japanese currency. Bond market will likely …

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