In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 6th, the beginning of the week, the yen exchange rate temporarily dropped to the mid-132 yen level against the dollar due to the view that large-scale monetary easing measures will continue even under the new system over the appointment of the successor to the governor of the Bank of Japan. Did.
In the foreign exchange market, the view that the Fed = Federal Reserve Board will continue to tighten monetary policy has spread, as the US employment statistics announced last weekend confirmed the tightening of labor supply and demand.
In addition, in the Tokyo market in the early morning, there was a growing movement to sell the yen due to the view that large-scale monetary easing measures would continue even under the new system over the appointment of the governor of the Bank of Japan, and the yen exchange rate temporarily fell to the mid-132 yen level to the dollar. Price drop.
A market insider said, "The yen depreciated by nearly 4 yen at one point from last Friday evening. Attention is focused on the successor to the governor of the Bank of Japan, but what kind of financial stance will the new system take? There are many investors who want to see if it will be the operation of the policy."