After two successive days for the dollar, yesterday the yen fully offset losses, taking 68 pips out of the US dollar. At the beginning of the day one dollar was quoted at 110.72 yen, and at the end of the session the rate was 110.04. Extreme values for the day were recorded at 109.85 and 110.82 respectively.
The dollar gained against other currencies after an unexpectedly strong US employment report indicated that the Fed will be able to fulfill its plan for a third rate hike this year. The pair USD / JPY rose by 0.6% to 110.67
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