In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 14th, aggressive transactions were refrained before the announcement of the US consumer price index, and the yen exchange rate was modest.

As of 5 pm, the yen exchange rate was 8 yen higher and the dollar weaker than the 13th, and 1 dollar = 110 yen, which was exactly 1 yen.

On the other hand, against the euro, the yen depreciated by 33 yen compared to the 13th, and the euro was 1 euro = 130.07 yen to 11 yen.

In addition, the euro was 1 euro = 1.1824 to 26 dollars against the dollar.

Market officials said, "The US consumer price index, which will be released tonight in Japan time, is drawing attention in the market, saying that rising US prices will affect monetary policy and long-term interest rate trends. Therefore, in the afternoon, many investors refrained from aggressive trading in order to determine the content of the announcement. "