Japanese Yen: Disappointing Data Add to Downside Pressure

As predicted here a week ago, the Japanese Yen declined last week and there’s little sign yet that the trend is about to change. According to the Bank of Japan, the outlook for the economy is improving and inflation is picking up, but there was no …
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