Speech by Masaru Hayami, Bank of Japan, 30 May

SPEECH - In a speech titled 'The Economy: Recent Developments and Challenges' Hayami said that although the yen weakened last year, since spring "the yen has been rising and the dollar has been falling. People are scaling back their expectations for the U.S. outlook and there are some expectations for our economy".

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Speech given by Masaru Hayami, Governor of the Bank of Japan, at Kisaragi-kai in Tokyo on 30 May.


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