Yen Lifts On Central Bank Move, Euro Swings
Japan's central bank announced new stimulus plans and raised its inflation target, and the yen fell briefly before firming on disappointment that the stimulus is not immediate. [CNBC]
Japan's economics minister says the country has no intention of allowing politics to guide foreign exchange rates. [CNBC]
The euro fell briefly against the yen after worries that German banks will be asked to split their investment banking operations sent European stocks lower. [CNBC]
Lower volatility in the FX markets cooled demand for currency safe havens, and the dollar slipped. [dailyfx.com]
A survey of German economic sentiment beat expectations, enbaling the euro to reverse earlier weakness. [CNBC]
Brazil's real weakened early on worries about trade and investment outflows. [WSJ]
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