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  • 20多年来首次:日本采取行动遏制日元下跌 - First time in over 20 years: Japan takes action to curb yen's slide

       日期:2022-09-23     来源:ecns    评论:0    
    核心提示:据日本财政部一位高级官员称,日本政府周四采取措施干预外汇市场,以遏制日元自1998年以来的首次下跌。负责国际事务的副财政部长Masato Kanda告诉媒体,政府通过确认此类干预“迈出了决定性的一步”。当天早些时候,神田表示,日本可以“随时”干预外汇市场,以防止日元进一步下跌,日元也会上涨
    The Japanese government on Thursday took steps to intervene in the foreign exchange market to stem the yen's decline for the first time since 1998, according to a senior Finance Ministry official.Masato Kanda, vice finance minister for international affairs, told the press that the government "took a decisive step" by confirming such intervention.Earlier in the day, Kanda said Japan could intervene in the foreign exchange market "anytime" to prevent the yen from falling further, and the yen rose sharply against the dollar on Thursday upon the intervention.Despite the Federal Reserve's decision to raise its key policy rate, the Japanese central bank announced to maintain its easing monetary policy at the end of a two-day policy meeting.After the Tokyo market's close, Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan, rejected the idea of raising interest rates in the near future at a press conference, noting that the country's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic is only halfway despite soaring inflation.The Japanese government on Thursday took steps to intervene in the foreign exchange market to stem the yen's decline for the first time since 1998, according to a senior Finance Ministry official.Masato Kanda, vice finance minister for international affairs, told the press that the government "took a decisive step" by confirming such intervention.Earlier in the day, Kanda said Japan could intervene in the foreign exchange market "anytime" to prevent the yen from falling further, and the yen rose sharply against the dollar on Thursday upon the intervention.Despite the Federal Reserve's decision to raise its key policy rate, the Japanese central bank announced to maintain its easing monetary policy at the end of a two-day policy meeting.After the Tokyo market's close, Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the Bank of Japan, rejected the idea of raising interest rates in the near future at a press conference, noting that the country's economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic is only halfway despite soaring inflation.
     
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