如何计算江苏快三走势

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1.4 trillion yen spent to curb yen's riseIn a rare detailed report released Monday, the Finance Ministry said monetary authorities spent 1.3854 trillion yen April 3 o

n a d

ollar-buying binge to curb the currency’

s rapid appre

ciation.It was the first time that Japan has published the amount spent on a bout of c

urrency-market intervention.The release of the figure, included in data covering the April-June quarter, follows the April adoption of a new criteria for foreign exchange reserves.Traditionally, monetary authorities do not publicize detai

ls of market intervention — even if they sometimes admit they have intervened — believing a vail of secrecy maintains the effectiveness of such operations.On the same day the intervention took place, the Bank of Japan released its quarterly business confidence survey, which showed sentiment had improved.In a separate report, the mi

nistry said the nation’s foreign exchange reserves grew to a record $344.89 billion at the end of July, up $42 million from the previous month.The reserves — securities and deposits denominated in foreign currencies, International Monetary Fund reserve positions, IMF special drawing rights and gold — hit a record high for the eighth consecutive month.Based on statistics available by the end of May, Japan had the largest foreign reserve of any nation or region for the eighth straight month, with $335.7 billion.The 11

-strong euro zone was second at the end of May with $267.8 billion. It was followed as of the end of April by China with $160.1 billion and Taiwan with $114.3 billion.TwitterFacebookLinkedInGE

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