American dollar inclined against Japanese yen for an eighth week of gains on BOJ's rate decision to set rates at between zero levels and 0.10%, while the dollar recorded its first five-day advance on more than a month against the euro. Moreover, , American dollar gained against Japanese yen after BOJ data to a record, where the pair USD/JPY pair inclined to high of 104.422 after hitting low of 104.234, where the pair started today's session at 104.286, adding that the pair touched the 104.43, the highest level since October 2008 . On the other hand, American dollar noticeably inclined against the euro, where the EUR/USD pair fell to low of 1.36310 from high of 1.36558, while the pairs started today's session at 1.36548. GBP/JPY pair also inclined today after yesterday's losses, where the pair recorded high of 170.916 from low of 170.524, while the EUR/JPY pair traded in a narrow range today near 142.437 from 142.408.
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