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Japan Jumps Into Market to Buy Yen for First Time in 24 Years

TOKYO—Japan intervened in the foreign-exchange market by buying yen for the first time in 24 years, shortly after the ...

Japan Jumps Into Market to Buy Yen for First Time in 24 Years; Currency Rallies

The rare intervention was the latest example of global concern triggered by the strong dollar, which has gained ground on the back of the...

The Japanese yen’s plunge is the most ‘textbook-driven’ currency move in 30 years, analyst says

The worst is not over for the Japanese yen — it could plummet even further in the coming months, according to Jesper Koll, director...

Investors Wave Goodbye to Negative-Yielding Debt as Central Banks Fight Inflation

The world’s pool of negative-yielding debt has shrunk to a roughly seven-year low, as an era of exceptionally loose monetary policy draws to a...

Japan Leaves Weak Yen Alone Despite Above-Target Inflation

TOKYO—The yen is near its lowest level against the dollar in nearly a quarter-century, but <a href="https://www.wsj.com/market-data/quotes/JP/XTKS/8301">Bank...

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