Dollar changes hands in upper 112 yen zone in early trade in Tokyo

BY  | FROM  | 2017-10-10 15:11

The U.S. dollar changed hands in the upper 112 yen zone in early deals in Tokyo on Tuesday, largely unchanged from its overnight levels in London.
As markets opened here, the dollar was quoted at 112.69-70 yen compared with 112.60-70 yen 4 p.m. on Monday in London and 112.99-113.01 at 5 p.m. on Friday in Tokyo.
The euro, meanwhile, fetched 1.1741-1741 dollars and 132.31-32 yen against 1.1730-1740 dollars and 132.25-30 yen in late Monday afternoon trade in London and 1.1688-1689 dollars and 132.07-11 yen in late Friday afternoon trade in Tokyo.
Japanese and U.S. currency markets were closed on Monday for national holidays.

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