Japanese Yen’s Disastrous Fall: Worth Less Than a Single Sheet of Toilet Paper

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The Japanese yen has been toast. It’s been a few years since they surpassed the toilet paper threshold. 1 sheet of toilet paper was worth more than 1 yen, meaning you could save money by wiping your a$$ with money.


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Bank of Japan Governor Warns: ‘Serious Challenge’ Unwinding Ultra-Loose Policy

Bank of Japan Governor Kazuo Ueda signaled concern over raising interest rates, underlining the potential for severe market disruption and strain on the economy. Despite nearing their inflation target, the central bank faces a tough path ahead, with the looming threat of market instability and long-term low-rate repercussions adding to the grim outlook.

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