In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 5th, the yen exchange rate fell, and the transaction was mainly in the low 136 yen range per dollar.

Concerns over the slowdown in the US economy have eased somewhat, and the move to sell the yen and buy the dollar has intensified.

The yen exchange rate as of 5 pm was 136.08 to 9 yen, which is 64 yen weaker and the dollar stronger than the 4th.

On the other hand, against the euro, the yen appreciated by 10 yen and the euro depreciated from 1 euro = 141.17 yen to 21 yen compared to the 4th.

The euro was 1 euro = 1.0374 to 75 dollars against the dollar.

Market officials said, "In response to the talks between senior U.S. and Chinese officials, investors may review the tariffs imposed on imports from China by the U.S. government to curb inflation to a record level. There has been widespread speculation that this has eased some of the concerns about a slowdown in the United States and has strengthened the move to sell yen and buy dollars, which are considered relatively safe assets. "