In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 29th, the yen was bought back to some extent in response to the decline in long-term interest rates in Europe and the United States, and the yen exchange rate is trading at the low 144 yen level to the dollar.
The Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 29th announced that the central bank of the United Kingdom would temporarily purchase government bonds on the 28th. As a result, concerns about the widening interest rate differential between Japan and the United States have eased somewhat, and the yen is being bought back to some extent.
However, there is also a move to sell the yen and buy the dollar, and the yen exchange rate in the morning is in the low 144 yen range to the dollar.
A market insider said, ``While the continued rise in long-term interest rates in the United States has temporarily turned downward and there are yen buybacks, many investors believe that the interest rate differential between Japan and the United States will widen in the long term, and sell orders have also been placed. I'm talking.