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Yen jumps as Japan intervenes in currency market for first time since 1998

The yen rose sharply against the dollar on Thursday after Japanese authorities intervened in the foreign exchange market for the first time since 1998 to shore up the battered yen.

The U.S. dollar was last down nearly 1% at ¥143.50, having earlier traded more than 1% higher against the yen.

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