Japan's Fukui watching forex market

Bank of Japan Governor Toshihiko Fukui said on Sunday 7 November that the Bank of Japan was watching currency markets warily after the dollar fell last week but did not think Washington was trying to guide the dollar lower.

"We are keeping a good eye on the movements of exchange rates, not only vis-a-vis the Japanese currency, other currencies, too,'' Fukui told reporters before a Group of Ten central bankers' meeting in Basel, Switzerland.

``Japan is still a long way from changing its monetary

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