yen


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Synonyms for yen

Synonyms for yen

a strong wanting of what promises enjoyment or pleasure

Synonyms for yen

a yearning for something or to do something

the basic unit of money in Japan

have a desire for something or someone who is not present

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The 15 trillion yen flowing overseas is just 1 percent of the total.
The company said it plans to pay a year-end dividend of 5 yen per share thanks to stronger-than-expected orders since the start of this year.
Meanwhile, stocks related to the planned issuance of 2,000 yen bills moved down, due mainly to profit-taking following their gains the previous day.
The yen depreciated beyond the [yen] 136 level after the Birmingham Group of Eight summit meeting in mid-May.
Short-term interest rates in Japan are now ridiculously low, as part of the Bank of Japan's effort to hold down the value of the yen.
To protect its downside, Shimoto can purchase a yen call struck at 100.
dollar appreciated sharply in the first half of the 1980s--or what is the same thing, the Japanese yen depreciated.
The central bank raised its liquidity target under its quantitative easing policy by [yen]3 trillion to a new range of [yen]30 trillion to [yen]35 trillion, a margin that gives the BOJ scope to help the finance ministry's battle against the rising yen.
Strengthening of the Yen against other Major Currencies
77 yen from Thursday's close and also above its late New York trading level of 106.
The forward contract is an agreement with a bank - a derivative - that allows us to sell the bank our future yen flow, for example.
The 273-page report is available in Japanese for 105,000 yen ($890) and 115,500 yen ($978) with a supplemental CD-ROM.
revised a group net profit estimate to 330 billion yen from an earlier-released 320 billion yen and a group pretax profit to 515 billion yen from 495 billion yen.
Japan's intervention to support the dollar has been increasingly ineffective since the dollar tumbled below [yen]115 last September--the result of implications that the yen might ease after a Group of Seven meeting that called for flexible exchange rates.
Japan will emerge from its deflationary slump only when the yen is allowed to weaken.