Japan’s central bank today polled local currency investors about which exchange rates they are using as a benchmark, in a move seen as a pre-sign of possible intervention after the yen fell to around 145 units to the one. dollar, its lowest in 24 years.

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) began “rate control” shortly after Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki reiterated the government’s concerns over the past few weeks about the volatility of the yen, and it stated that no option is excluded. to try to control his accelerated fall.

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