On the 10th, the Tokyo foreign exchange market and the yen exchange rate moved slightly.

As of 5 pm, the yen exchange rate was 109.94 to 96 yen, which is 1 yen higher and the dollar weaker than on the 9th.

Compared to the 9th, the yen depreciated by 20 yen against the euro, which was 1 euro = 130.19 to 23 yen.

The euro was 1 euro = 1.1842 to 43 dollars against the dollar.

Market officials said, "In the morning, following the fall in US long-term interest rates in the New York market on the 9th, there was a move to sell dollars with lower interest rates and buy yen. Expectations for the future of the economy have expanded, such as the Nikkei average stock price rising sharply due to expectations for a full-scale resumption of economic activity, and the yen, which is considered to be a relatively safe asset, has been sold, resulting in a small price movement. ".