The decrease of the Japanese yen against the US dollar and other main currencies was due to the statement issued concerning industrial production in Europe and US retail sales, which is expected to witness improvement, forcing the Japanese yen to decline more during today's trading.
What does JY stand for?
JY stands for Japanese Yen
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of JY in our Acronym Attic
- Jackson (Amtrak station code; Jackson, MI)
- Jackson, Michigan (Airport Code)
- Java Xcripted Page (computer programming)
- Journal of X-Ray Science and Technology
- Japanese XAFS (X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure) Society
- Juxiis (Internet channel)
- JAVA Exploration Tools (software)
- Juxtapose (Sun Microsystems)
- Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics (China)
- Janksy of Flux Unit (used to measure flux density of radio signals)
- Jewish Year (Jewish Calendar)
- Joey Yung (Chinese singer/actress)
- Judicial Yuan (judicial cabinet; Taiwan)
- Japan Yachting Association (est. 1937; now Japan Sailing Federation)
- Japan Youth Association
- Jenkintown Youth Activities (Jenkintown, PA)
- Jesus Youth of America (Colorado)
- John Yurconic Agency (Allentown, PA)
- Julian Youth Academy (Christian residential boarding school; California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The sharp rally in the Japanese yen screams of repatriation of GFT stocks.
22 billion Japanese Yen was signed to improve the sewerage and drainage system in Lahore.
As a client function, Dynamic DNS Service provides a specific host name for a dynamic IP address, allowing you to maintain your SpaceTag Server without a static IP address (30-day free trial before purchasing it at Japanese Yen 300 a month).
Last year was marked by one of the narrowest ranges for the Japanese yen in over a decade.
The dollar suffered its biggest two-day drop against the Japanese yen in 25 years as panic selling swept the world's $1.
Throughout the second quarter of 1998, the Japanese yen weakened consistently, depreciating 4.
Issued by International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Japanese Yen Bear Warrants opened for trading under ticker symbol YPW.