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      Default The yen fell and stocks rose with risk appetite rising

      The Yen and the rise in stocks as risk appetite rose as Japanese equity markets rose at the close of trading Friday, taking advantage of optimism after the end of trade negotiations between Beijing and Washington, and statements by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.

      In a speech yesterday, Powell said the central bank could adopt a flexible policy of "patience" in moving interest rates, adding that inflation remained near low levels and was under the control of the Fed, which could change its monetary policy quickly if necessary. .

      The yen fell and stocks rose with risk appetite rising
      The Nikkei rose 0.97% to 20,359 points.
      The broader Topix index gained 0.51% to 1,529 points.
      Fast Retail, the Uniconco brand, rose more than 6.9 percent despite announcing its operating profit fell 8 percent in the three months to November 30.

      Japan's household spending in November fell more-than-expected, falling 0.6% from a year earlier,

      Japan has a current account surplus of 757.2 billion yen in November, data from the Ministry of Finance showed. Exceeding expectations of a surplus of 566.3 billion yen, down from 1,309.9 billion yen in October.

      The trade balance reflected a deficit of 559.1 billion yen against expectations of a deficit of 612.6 billion yen after a deficit of 321.7 billion yen the previous month.

      The Japanese yen fell against major currencies amid risk appetite.

      The Yen fell against the Pound and fell to 110.33.
      The yen fell to 125.00 against the euro and 138.37 against the pound.
      The yen fell to a two-day low of 82.13 against the Canadian dollar.
      The yen cut its gains to 108.43 against the US dollar.
      The two-week low fell 78.23 against the Australian dollar.

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