By Emma Charlton and Andrea Wong, Bloomberg |
October 14, 2013
The yen rose for the first time in five days against the dollar as U.S. lawmakers struggled to reach an accord on raising the nation’s debt limit and restoring government operations, spurring demand for safer assets.
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