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Dollar Falls to around 126.60 Yen in Tokyo after Kuroda Remark

Dollar Falls to around 126.60 Yen in Tokyo after Kuroda Remark

   Tokyo, May 26 (Jiji Press)--The dollar fell to levels around 126.60 yen in late Tokyo trading Thursday after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda mentioned an exit from the central bank's current monetary easing policy.
   At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at 126.60-60 yen, down from 127.12-12 yen at the same time Wednesday. The euro was at 1.0688-0689 dollars, up slightly from 1.0684-0684 dollars, and at 135.31-31 yen, down from 135.81-83 yen.

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