From the view that the US will continue to tighten monetary policy in the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 30th, the yen exchange rate has fallen slightly due to the movement to sell the yen and buy the dollar.

The yen exchange rate as of 5 pm was 136.19 to 21 yen, which is 17 yen weaker and the dollar stronger than the 29th.

On the other hand, against the euro, the yen appreciated by 78 yen and the euro depreciated by 1 euro = 142.25 to 29 yen compared to the 29th.

The euro was 1 euro = 1.0445-46 dollars against the dollar.

In the overseas market on the 29th, the price dropped to the 137 yen level per dollar for the first time in about 24 years, and from the view that the United States will continue to tighten monetary policy aggressively in the Tokyo market, sell the yen to increase the yield. There is a move to buy the expected dollars.

Market officials said, "There is no change in the situation where the yen depreciates and the dollar strengthens easily due to the difference in the direction of monetary policy between Japan and the United States. There was also a move to buy back, and the price dropped slightly as a whole. "