In response to the Bank of Japan's policy to continue the current large-scale monetary easing, the yen exchange rate temporarily dropped to the 130 yen level per dollar in the Tokyo foreign exchange market, and the yen depreciated for the first time in 20 years. The has been updated.

Market officials said, "The Bank of Japan has reaffirmed its stance of maintaining large-scale monetary easing measures and curbing the rise in long-term interest rates. Is becoming more conscious and the move to buy dollars with high yields is predominant. "