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3 Oct 2014 USD/JPY Analysis

3 Oct 2014 USD/JPY Analysis

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A weaker Yen is beneficial for companies which rely on exports, but the small local companies will be badly hit as utilities are relatively more costly for them while trying to eke out profits, especially when consumers are cutting their spending. The Yen is now poised to complete a 3 year slide, the last time this happened was in 1997, preceding the Asian Economic Crisis. As the U.S moves to cut down monetary policy and Japan looking to increase purchases, this could result in a “runaway train” towards 125, the last seen in 2005

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 Bullish107.75108.17108.47109.28109.7110108.4 (supported)107.9110

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