The dollar climbed on Tuesday ahead of an expected interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The dollar rose 0.5 percent to 113.64 yen JPY=, moving back toward its two-week peak of 114.955 yen touched last Wednesday.
Crude oil prices also pulled back after their surge to 18-month highs.
It had popped above 102.00 on Thursday, its highest since March 2003.
Their combined wealth has declined for the first time in 20 years by $300 billion to $5.1 trillion.
Lending decline is partly compensated by an increase in U.S. dollar lending through debt securities by 4%.
The Euro exchange rate against the U.S. dollar has grown up to 1.1 points.
According to finprom.kz, mining companies massively buying up Russian rubles reduce the demand for U.S. dollar.
This was stated by the chairman of the National Bank Daniyar Akishev.