The yen exchange rate fell in the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 18th.

In response to the results of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy decision meeting, the difference from the United States, which is moving toward tightening monetary policy, was once again conscious, and there was a scene where the yen depreciated to the 115 yen level per dollar.

The yen exchange rate as of 5 pm was 46 yen compared to the 17th, and the yen's depreciation against the dollar was 1 dollar = 114.86 yen to 88 yen.



In the morning, the price moved in the mid-114 yen range per dollar, but after the results of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy decision meeting were announced, there was a move to sell the yen, and the yen depreciated to the 115 yen level in the afternoon. There was also a scene where



On the other hand, against the euro, it was 22 yen compared to the 17th, and the yen depreciated from 1 euro = 130.91 yen to 95 yen.



The euro was 1 euro = 1.1397 to 99 dollars against the dollar.



Market officials said, "The Bank of Japan has announced the price outlook for the new fiscal year, which has been attracting attention, but since it was a slight increase from the previous outlook, investors have perceived that the BOJ's large-scale easing will be further prolonged. It has spread. The difference from the United States, which is moving toward tightening monetary policy, has been reminded, and the yen has become easier to sell. "

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