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    Tokyo , the
    yen down to the lowest level in two weeks after keeping the Bank of Japan policy , the
    yen fell to its lowest level in two weeks on Friday, after the Bank of Japan left interest rates unchanged and hinted that it is in no hurry to trace the Federal Reserve ( the US central bank) tightening monetary policy easing severe.
    He said the Japanese central bank governor Haruhiko Kuroda, said the bank still has some time to achieve the goal of the arrival of the inflation rate to two percent, adding that "it is inappropriate , " said how the bank out of its huge stimulus at the current time.
    This was contrary to market speculation in the last month, that the Bank of Japan may consider a plan to withdraw from the emergency stimulus program for the economy and the yen fell 0.4 percent to 111.380 yen per dollar.
    The dollar index , which tracks the greenback 's performance against a basket of major currencies at less than 0.1 percent to 97.401 but is still heading for a second weekly gain in a row after the Fed raising interest rates on Wednesday.
    The euro rose 0.2 percent to $ 1.1169, but still down more than a cent Dhurth in seven weeks of $ 1.1296 reached before the US central decision on Wednesday.



    London
    Europe shares recover am supported by the automotive sector and Tesco
    recovered European shares in early trade on Friday, after losses over two days with a rise in shares of auto companies following the increase in car sales in May / May and the issuance of a strong report from Tesco gave an outlet for the retail sector struggling.
    The Stoxx 600 index rose European shares 0.5 percent in early trading, while the Financial Times index rose 0.3 percent , Britain 's 100.
    The Tesco shares among the biggest gainers , as more than two percent rose, after the biggest retailer in Britain , has released an update for the first quarter showed British sales growth of 2.3 percent on a comparative basis similarly exceeding analysts ' expectations.
    Helped Tesco gains European retail sector to offset part of the heavy losses incurred in the previous session , while the British consumer data affected by rising inflation showed.
    The auto sector index increased 0.8 percent , after data indicated that European car sales returned to growth of 7.7 percent upside in May.
    While gains on Friday included all market segments, is heading the European and British indices towards the second consecutive weekly loss on record due to renewed concerns about growth, assessments and the state of political uncertainty in the UK.
    The British Financial Times rose 0.27 100 percent at the open, while France 's CAC 40 increased 0.73 percent and Germany 's DAX 0.49 percent.



    Singapore
    Oil rises but remains near the lowest level in six months due to the oversupply of
    oil prices rose on Friday, but remained near the lowest level in six months continuously affected by oversupply despite efforts led by OPEC to cut production and boost crude markets.
    By 0656 GMT , International benchmark Brent crude futures stood at US $ 47.12 a barrel , up 20 cents , or 0.4 percent from the previous settlement price.
    The total crude West Texas Intermediate US futures to $ 44.56 a barrel , up 10 cents , or 0.2 percent. Traders said, the slight increases were the result of a partial halt potential exports in Libya.
    However , the already allocated the prices are still down about 13 percent since late May, when the major producers agreed under the leadership of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to extend the production cuts of 1.8 million barrels per day, for another nine months until the end of the first quarter of 2018.
    and contribute to increased production American, especially from the exploration of shale oil companies in the weak impact of cuts led by OPEC.
    High level of exports and production from Russia and also contributes to the current supply glut.


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