Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso is on the wires now, via Reuters, noting that consumption shows no sign of last-minute rush in demand ahead of October’s sales tax hike.
The Yen remains unimpressed by the above comments, as USD/JPY trades firmer towards 106.50 levels, underpinned by the US dollar rally.
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