Yen Surges Most Since Brexit as Traders Reduce Stimulus BetsBy and
Investors grow more cautious on extent of BOJ easing
Risk aversion also boosts yen versus major currencies
The yen surged the most since Britain voted to leave the European Union as traders scaled back expectations for further monetary and fiscal stimulus before Bank of Japan policy makers meet this week.
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