On the 10th, the Tokyo foreign exchange market and the yen exchange rate moved slightly.
As of 5 pm, the yen exchange rate was 8 yen compared to the 9th, and the yen's appreciation and the dollar's depreciation was 1 dollar = 108.72 to 74 yen.
Against the euro, it was 7 yen compared to the 9th, and the yen's appreciation and euro depreciation was 1 euro = 129.19 to 23 yen.
The euro was 1 euro = 1.1883-85 dollars against the dollar.
Market officials said, "Because the rise in US long-term interest rates has subsided in the New York market on the 9th, the yen exchange rate is scarce in terms of trading material and price movements are limited. In addition to the announcement of the indicators, there will continue to be a sense of caution about rising long-term interest rates due to the bidding of government bonds. "