TOKYO, Feb 12- A Japanese government official said on Friday that recent exchange-rate moves have been "rough," but declined to comment on whether Tokyo would directly intervene in the market to arrest sharp yen rises against the dollar. "Recent exchange-rate moves have been rough. The dollar fell below 110 yen on Thursday to hit its lowest level since October 2014,...» Read More
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