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Japan's current-account surplus casts shadow over yen

TOKYO -- Foreign exchange market players are looking to Japan's current-account surplus for the first time in a long time, as the country's surplus is rising due to the slump in crude oil prices. With the current account moving ahead of dollar-yen exchange rates, the yen naturally draws buying, given the supply-demand balance of the yen and the dollar.

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