The New Zealand dollar NZD/USD fell to 0.6061, its weakest since June 30.
Electric vehicle maker Lucid Group (LCID.O): It will unveil its long-awaited all-electric gravity SUV in November, with production not starting until late 2024.
Brent crude oil fell below $85 a barrel, down 0.84% on the day.
SoftBank still forecasts a dividend of 44.00 yen in 2024, compared with a market estimate of 47.73 yen.
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken: Diplomacy is the best way to resolve the situation in Niger.
Bayer posted sales of 11.04 billion euros in the second quarter.
Iranian Foreign Minister: Deputy Foreign Ministers of Iran and Russia discussed how to deal with sanctions and BRICS cooperation.
Government data showed that India sold 18.09 million tons of fuel oil in July, compared with 19.36 million tons in June.
Iran said Iraq transferred some of its debts to third countries.
Market news: JPMorgan opens new offices in Mumbai and Bengaluru.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hiroichi Matsuno: The Conference on African Development (TICAD) will be held in Yokohama in 2025.
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki: Will pay close attention to the trend of Japanese corporate bankruptcy.
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki: Collecting information on misconduct from insurance companies, urging insurance companies to report further issues.
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki: Japan and Ukraine have reached agreement on matters including aid to Ukraine.
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki: During the event, strive to promote Japan as an international financial center.
Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki: The &quot;Japan Week&quot; event will be held on September 25.
USD/JPY rose 24 points in the short term and is now at 143.31.
NZD/USD lost 0.50% on the day to trade at 0.6075.
USGS: A 5.0-magnitude earthquake struck 167 kilometers southwest of Kenkonnan, Indonesia.
USD/JPY extended its intraday gains to 0.50% against the yen and is now at 143.22.