A big fall in the value of the yen is casting a pall over the Japanese economy, which is already facing significant pressure from the pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The yen dipped to a nearly seven-year low on Monday, plunging to the ¥125 line after the Bank of Japan intervened to prevent government bond yields from rising.
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