Dollar changes hands above 116 yen line in early Tokyo trading

BY  | FROM  | 2017-01-10 14:00

The U.S. dollar changed hands just above the 116 yen line early Tuesday in Tokyo.

At 9 a.m. local time, the dollar was quoted at 116.00-01 yen compared with 115.99-116.09 yen in New York.

The euro fetched 1.0583-0585 dollars and 122.77-78 yen against 1.0568-0578 dollars and 122.67-77 yen in New York.

Tokyo markets were closed Monday for a national holiday.

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