US dollar record high in five years reaching level of 104 Yen Tokyo

The u.s. dollar today record high in five years against the yen, reaching the level of 104 Yen in Tokyo after the US Central Bank cut the massive stimulus program starting next month.
The value of the dollar at 5 p.m. yesterday, 96-93 of 103 Yen compared to 33-23 of 104 Yen in New York and 1400 t 103-99 of 102 Yen in Tokyo Friday morning, while a value of 37 of 104 yen, the highest level reached since the 6th of October 2008.
The US Federal Reserve, the Central Bank yesterday cut its monthly bond purchase program of $ 85 billion to $ 75 billion from next January.
Purchase orders overwhelmed Tokyo stocks sent the index to close at its highest level in six years, reflecting the weakness of the yen.
Index (the Nikkei 225) on the Tokyo Stock Exchange about 42 of 271 points to 74 1percent yesterday to $ 15 and 85922 is highest close since 12 December 2007.
As the broader Tokyo Stock price index of all first section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange up 58 of 12 points or 4.01 percent to 26307 1 point.

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