Yen traders eye the prospects.
- U.S. stocks rose, with the Nasdaq hitting a record high for the 2nd straight session, after a surprisingly upbeat jobs report
- Crude oil prices shrugged at an OPEC+ agreement to prolong an output cut scheme amid worries about demand
- Japanese Yen may reclaim some lost territory if global growth forecasts from the World Bank and the OECD put a premium on anti-risk assets
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