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yen

the standard monetary unit of Japan, (notionally) divided into 100 sen
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Other dealers of Japanese cars in Taiwan are also racked by appreciating Japanese yen, and may follow Hotai Motor's footstep to raise car prices in the short term.
The smallest drop was the Japanese yen exchange at minus 9 percent.
The sustained appreciation of the Japanese yen since the middle of 1999 has propelled Japanese companies to outsource production, particularly in memory DRAMS and electronics components from Taiwanese and Singaporean companies.
monetary authorities intervened in the foreign exchange markets, selling a total of $833 million against the Japanese yen.
With the bubble deflated and the Japanese economy mired in the doldrums, interest rates on Japanese yen-denominated securities are now one to two percentage points below interest rates on comparable dollar-denominated securities, so few investors would be likely to buy Japanese yen securities in search of higher yields.
35 million Japanese Yen to rank third on the Japan LPGA Tour's money list after Ai Suzuki's 140.
0% driven by strong top-line growth in the International Tobacco Business and the depreciation of the Japanese Yen.
The euro dropped to the upper 100 yen level Thursday in New York, its lowest against the Japanese yen in about three months, on rekindled concern about Europe's debt crisis.
The decrease in Japanese yen recorded lowest in the past six months, as the
30, 2010 (CENS) -- To counter the continuous appreciation of the Japanese yen against the U.
currency post its first gain against the Japanese yen in eight days, as dollar-denominated securities became more attractive to international investors.
At the end of the quarter, the current values of the German and Japanese yen reserve holdings totaled $18.

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