Yen sinks, hits 145 to the dolla
The Japanese yen slides and breaks through the 145 line to
the dollar momentarily in morning trading in Tokyo on June 15.
Japan's weak economy left market players with little reason to hold
on to the Japanese currency, dealers say. The yen hit the 145 level
for the first time since August 1990. The photo shows currency
dealers receiving yen-selling orders at Ueda Harlow Ltd. in downtown
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