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The Singapore Foreign Exchange Market Committee, which includes the Monetary Authority of Singapore and banks, plans to reprimand banks in the country following completion of a review into how interest rates were being set, according to sources in a Bloomberg report.
The daily average volume of foreign exchange trading in Tokyo climbed 8.0 percent in April from a year earlier to $284.6 billion for the second straight yearly rise, approaching the $302.5 billion yen marked in April 2008 before the so-called Lehman shock, the Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee said Monday.
The aforementioned measures are intended to be implemented through the discussion at the Foreign Exchange Market Committee ('Committee') before implementation.
Of the Tokyo market transactions in April, yen-dollar deals accounted for around 54 percent and yen-euro deals for about 6 percent, said the Tokyo Foreign Exchange Market Committee, which consists of the Bank of Japan, and Japanese and foreign financial institutions.
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