History of central bank intervention

UK - Following is a chronology of intervention in foreign exchange markets by central banks from major industrial nations on the dollar, the yen, the German mark and the euro.

Sept 17 and 19, 2001 - Bank of Japan intervenes to sell yen, worrying about an export-crippling rise in the value of the yen and following attacks on U.S. cities the previous week.

Nov 10, 2000 - European Central Bank (ECB) in conjunction with national euro zone central banks intervenes to buy euros.

Nov 6, 2000 - ECB and

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