We've had a few comments and some data from Japan, none of which seem that market-moving, but the yen is on the move anyway.

The Nikkei is up over the 20K mark for the first time in a year and half or so (December 2015)

Yen crosses on the also (other currencies not doing too much, this does seem to be a weaker yen move, hence yen crosses up also)

Those comments ... Japan finance minister Aso:

  • No comment on debt to GDP goal in basic economy plan
  • No change to FY20 primary surplus goal

And, the data:

  • Japan monetary base for end of May: +19.4% y/y (prior up 19.8%)