The yen found relief on Thursday after hitting its lowest since Oct 2022 earlier this week, rallying above 150.
EBC Forex Snapshot
5 Oct 2023
The yen received some reprieve on Thursday after hitting its low since Oct 2022 earlier this week. The currency saw an immediate rally following a break above the 150 level.
Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki on Wednesday declined to comment on whether Tokyo had stepped in, and reiterated that currency rates must move stably reflecting fundamentals.
The US dollar came off its nearly 11-month high after mixed economic data made investors trim bets on the Fed’s another interest rate hike this year.
In a Reuters poll, the median view among 20 analysts is that the euro will touch as low as 1.04 against the dollar, with only one respondent saying the currency would touch parity.
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