The yen hit its lowest level against the dollar in two decades on Wednesday, extending recent falls as the gap widens between Japan’s ultraloose monetary policy and Fed tightening in the United States.
Despite being traditionally considered a safe-haven currency, uncertainty fueled by Russia’s war in Ukraine has not caused the yen to strengthen.
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