TOKYO, Jan 10 (Reuters) - Japan's foreign reserves fell to
$1.27 trillion at the end of December, the Ministry of Finance said
Japanese authorities did not conduct any intervention
between November 29 and December 26, the ministry said earlier.
JAPAN OFFICIAL RESERVE ASSETS (in billion dollars)
END-DECEMBER END-NOVEMBER END-OCTOBER YEAR AGO
TOTAL 1,268.125 1,270.848 1,274.160 1,295.841
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