Exchange Rates

At the end of June 2017, USD/Yen exchange rate closed at 112.06.

Published monthly by the Bank of Japan. Updated to the month of June 2017 (published on July 3rd, 2017).

Recent data trend

In June 2017, the average exchange rate of USD/JPY was 110.89, with Yen appreciating from the average of 112.24 in May 2017.
The Real Effective Exchange Rate of Yen in May was 76.54(2010=100), appreciating from 78.43 in April 2017. The level is still very weak though, comparable to where yen was in the late 1970s.

Brief Overview of “Exchange Rates” 

Exchange rates statistics that appear on this page come from Bank of Japan. For more details and for most recently updated statistics, please see their official pages.

Foreign Exchange Rates

Effective Exchange Rates

Next Release Date: August 1st, 2017

Daily Chart

Published daily by the Bank of Japan.

Note: The Yen Index represents the nominal effective exchange rate of the yen (daily). The methodology of its calculation is basically based on that of the effective exchange rate released by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). (http://www.bis.org/statistics/eer/index.htm). The weights of trade are calculated once every three years.

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