Yen Gains Toward 100 per Dollar Last Breached Post Brexit: Chart

Maher: Yen Can Strengthen to 80 If Abenomics Fails

Another surge for the Japanese yen has the currency in sight of 100 per dollar. Already the top performer among major developed peers in 2016, the yen is rising against the U.S. currency on bets the Federal Reserve will delay raising interest rates. The last time it rose past 100 to the greenback was after the U.K. voted to quit the European Union.

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