Yen definition

Yen and “¥” mean the lawful currency of Japan.
Yen means the lawful money of Japan.
Yen and "Y" refer to lawful money of Japan.

Examples of Yen in a sentence

  • The option includes a Japanese Yen denominated component which has been hedged at a rate of 142 Yen to $1.

  • The US Dollar strengthened 7% against the Japanese Yen, partially offset by weakening 2% against the Euro and 1% against the British Pound.

  • The US Dollar weakened 6% against the British Pound and the Euro, partially offset by the US Dollar strengthening 5% against the Japanese Yen.


More Definitions of Yen

Yen means the coin or currency of Japan that at the time of payment is legal tender for the payment of public and private debts.
Yen. , “¥” and “JPY” each means the lawful currency of Japan.
Yen and “JPY” mean the lawful currency of Japan.
Yen or “¥” means Japanese yen.
Yen and “Y”: the lawful currency of Japan.
Yen and the sign “¥” shall mean freely transferable lawful money of Japan (expressed in Yen).
Yen and the sign "(Y)" means the lawful currency of Japan.