In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 27th, aggressive transactions were refrained from the lecture by US Fed Chairman Powell on the night of the 27th Japan time, and the yen exchange rate moved slightly.

As of 5 pm, the yen exchange rate was 110.10 to 11 yen, which is 6 yen higher and the dollar weaker than the previous day.

In addition, against the euro, it was 52 yen from 1 euro = 129.48 yen, which was 17 yen higher and the euro weaker than the previous day.

The euro was 1 euro = 1.1760 to 62 dollars against the dollar.

Market officials said, "In response to the worsening situation in Afghanistan, there have been some movements to buy the yen, which is considered to be a relatively low-risk asset. In a speech by Federal Reserve Chairman Powell, aggressive deals were withheld, hoping to see what he would say to reduce US monetary easing. "