yen for

yen for someone or something

to long for someone or something. I yen for a great big bowl of highly fattening ice cream. Frank yenned for Sally.
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dollar and the Japanese yen for a specified time period.
Softbank closed above 90,000 yen for the first time, ending at 92,800 yen, up 5,000 yen, and Trans Cosmos closed at a record high 43,700 yen, up 3,000 yen.
NTT Data lost 100,000 yen to 2,180,000 yen for the third straight day of decline.
Fujitsu, the second most heavily traded issue, gained 320 yen to 3,190 yen, closing above 3,000 yen for the first time in six trading days, while Sony recovered to the 14,000 yen level for the first time in five trading days, closing at 14,020 yen, up 250 yen.
Sony gained 320 yen to 13,300 yen, closing above 13,000 yen for the first time since July 29, 1998, when it had ended at 13,040 yen.
93 billion yen for fiscal 1998 ended March 31, down from a 518.