In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 7th, there was a move to refrain from aggressive trading in order to ascertain the remarks of FRB Chairman Jerome Powell, the central bank of the United States, and the yen exchange rate moved slightly.

As of 5:00 p.m., the yen exchange rate was 132.15 to 17 sen to the dollar, 37 sen weaker to the dollar than on the 6th.

On the other hand, against the euro, 1 euro is 141.72 to 141.76 sen, which is 36 sen higher than the 6th.

The euro was 1 euro = 1.0724 to 25 dollars against the dollar.

A market insider said, "The U.S. employment statistics released last weekend showed that the unemployment rate was at the lowest level in 53 years, and that the labor shortage, which is the cause of inflation, continues. The view that the Fed will continue to raise interest rates has strengthened.Amidst this, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is scheduled to be interviewed in the early hours of the 8th, Japan time, and he refrained from aggressive transactions, wanting to ascertain the content of the interview. "I'm talking.