Japan finmin Azumi is the first to hit the wires following the G-7 conference call, and he's...
Japan finmin Azumi is the first to hit the wires following the G-7 conference call, and he's talking about how the strong yen is hurting his country's economy. He says the group agreed to work together to cooperate on extreme fx moves. The yen promptly takes a tumble, dollar/yen rising to ¥78.46 from ¥78.25.
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