NEW YORK – The Bank of Japan sold an estimated 3.1 trillion yen in dollar-supporting interventions in the last two weeks, making it the largest round of such interventions on record, according to market analysts.
The central bank has been actively wading into both the Tokyo and overseas foreign exchange markets in an effort to shore up the dollar following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the United States.
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