Dollar/yen turns negative, falls one yen from high
TOKYO Jan 22 (Reuters) - The dollar fell more than one yen from its session high on Tuesday after initial excitement about the Bank of Japan's adoption of a 2 percent inflation target and its open-ended commitment to asset purchases petered out.
The dollar last stood at 89.36 yen, down 0.3 percent from late U.S. levels, after having risen as high as 90.18 yen in a knee-jerk reaction to the BOJ's announcement.
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