The US dollar pulls back from the 109.00 level against the Japanese yen, following bearish comments from President Trump towards Sino-US trade talks.
The Bank of Japan in its new report has looked deeply into how digital currencies can affect the current monetary system if they are adopted to replace bank notes.
The USDJPY pair remained under some selling pressure at the start of a new trading week and fell below the 111.00 handle or 1-1/2 week lows. What should traders expect next? This will be highlighted in the following 23 July USDJPY Fundamental Analysis.
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USDJPY breaks the 120 level, but returns swiftly to the range
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USD/JPY remains subdued below 116 as the U.S unemployment claims rose to 290,000, the highest since September and weighs down on a somewhat flat dollar sentiment this week.
USDJPY consolidates below 120.6 as the bullish dollar is likely to extend gains in a week of fundamental data release from the U.S.
USDJPY looks ready to form a Head and Shoulders formation with bearish bias expected.
It is expected that the UK manufacturing production will rebound, even with the weak production in August, UK manufacturing is still one of the most volatile...
Yen returns to high of September 8th against the U.S dollar as technical support looms.
With the lower house elections to be held on the 14th this month, the market is likely to throw caution to the wind and look at the possible outcomes of a longer lasting and larger scale monetary easing. Buying on the dips looks favourable as the dollar hawks and Yen doves takes turns.
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USDJPY continues to range below 119.8 one day before NFP
The New Zealand dollar is strengthening as markets await the June RBNZ cash rate decision. On the other hand, having cut rates to record lows last month,the
CPI fell and unemployment rose within estimates as Yen weakens agains the Dollar ahead of BOJ announcements and press conference.
USDJPY continues to plunge despite Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's resumes mandate