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Rate gap with US points to softening of yen

TOKYO -- The yen bounced back Wednesday to levels from before the Bank of Japan's decision to adopt negative interest rates, but market observers expect the currency to decline once the policy takes effect in mid-February.

     The Japanese currency strengthened at one point to the 117 range against the dollar.

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