Normal bullets

  • The Yen was allowed to freely float against the US only after 1973 (from 300), at which point it started strengthening continuously for several years with 1977 marking a (free float) low of 177 for USDJPY.
  • In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.

Numbered bullets

  1. The Yen was allowed to freely float against the US only after 1973 (from 300), at which point it started strengthening continuously for several years with 1977 marking a (free float) low of 177 for USDJPY.
  2. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.

Lowercase abc

  1. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
  2. Then in 1985 came the Plaza Accord where the Group of Five Industrialized Nations (predecessor to G7) decided that the US dollar was overvalued and then acted to weaken it. The US currency dropped and by end of 1987 the exchange rate of USDJPY was 120, close to its current level.

Capitalised ABC

  1. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
  2. Then in 1985 came the Plaza Accord where the Group of Five Industrialized Nations (predecessor to G7) decided that the US dollar was overvalued and then acted to weaken it. The US currency dropped and by end of 1987 the exchange rate of USDJPY was 120, close to its current level.

Lowercase Roman Numerals

  1. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
  2. Then in 1985 came the Plaza Accord where the Group of Five Industrialized Nations (predecessor to G7) decided that the US dollar was overvalued and then acted to weaken it. The US currency dropped and by end of 1987 the exchange rate of USDJPY was 120, close to its current level.

Capitalised Roman Numerals

  1. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
  2. Then in 1985 came the Plaza Accord where the Group of Five Industrialized Nations (predecessor to G7) decided that the US dollar was overvalued and then acted to weaken it. The US currency dropped and by end of 1987 the exchange rate of USDJPY was 120, close to its current level.

Bullet list nested inside another bullet list

  • The Yen was allowed to freely float against the US only after 1973 (from 300), at which point it started strengthening continuously for several years with 1977 marking a (free float) low of 177 for USDJPY.
    • The Yen was allowed to freely float against the US only after 1973 (from 300), at which point it started strengthening continuously for several years with 1977 marking a (free float) low of 177 for USDJPY.
    • In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
  • In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.

Lowercase Roman Numeral list nested inside numbered list

  1. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
    1. In early 1980s – still free float – and despite a massive Japanese trade surplus, given higher interest rates in the US, investors preferred the US Dollar and then Yen depreciated to around 250.
    2. Then in 1985 came the Plaza Accord where the Group of Five Industrialized Nations (predecessor to G7) decided that the US dollar was overvalued and then acted to weaken it. The US currency dropped and by end of 1987 the exchange rate of USDJPY was 120, close to its current level.
  2. Then in 1985 came the Plaza Accord where the Group of Five Industrialized Nations (predecessor to G7) decided that the US dollar was overvalued and then acted to weaken it. The US currency dropped and by end of 1987 the exchange rate of USDJPY was 120, close to its current level.
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