In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 25th, amidst the view that the government and the Bank of Japan are repeatedly intervening in the market, there is a mix of buying and selling of the yen, and the yen exchange rate is trading between 149 yen to the dollar.
On September 20th, after the consecutive holidays, the Tokyo stock market and the Nikkei Stock Average temporarily rose above 300 yen. A wait-and-see attitude strengthened, and the range of price increases narrowed.
In the New York foreign exchange market on July 11th, the yen was sold due to the observation that large-scale monetary easing would continue for the time being following the big victory of the LDP in the Japanese parliamentary election, and the yen exchange rate was temporarily 1 dollar = 137-yen. The price dropped to the latter half of the dais, and the yen depreciated for the first time in about 24 years.
The stock price of the Tokyo stock market on May 24th fell due to the lack of materials that could be used as clues for aggressive transactions, and the increasing movement to sell stocks that had been rising and to secure profits once.
In the Tokyo stock market on May 12th, the rise in prices in the United States has been prolonged, and there has been widespread concern that the recovery of the world economy may be stalled, so sell orders have increased and stock prices have fallen.
The stock price of the Tokyo stock market on the 6th is falling. With the view that monetary tightening will accelerate in the United States, there is growing caution about the future of the economy, and sell orders are being placed on a wide range of stocks.
In the consumer price index (seasonally adjusted) for October released by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, the index excluding fresh food was 101.3, 0.7% lower than the same month of the previous year.