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Why has Japan not intervened yet to support yen?

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Japan began circulating its first new banknotes in 20 years in Tokyo
July 11, 2024
Reuters

SINGAPORE/TOKYO (Reuters) - The yen has been sliding to fresh 38-year lows day by day, with market participants on alert for Japanese authorities to step in again, as they did in March, to defend the currency.

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