The US dollar is trapped in a narrow range against the Japanese yen as bulls and bears continue to battle for control of the pair around the 108.30 level.
The Dollar/Yen broke below 107.80 yesterday, currently holding above 107.60, which is a key support level. Will price climb above 107.8 level?
The US dollar has fallen back towards its weekly pivot point against the Japanese yen currency after buyers failed to move price above the 112.00 level.
USDJPY price is bearish below the 110.90 level as sellers may test towards the 110.65 and 110.40 levels.
USDJPY has gained slightly today from 103.5 despite price movement relatively quiet. Will a break above 114 top lead price to the 115 handle?
When will the release of latest consumer inflation figures be released? How could US august CPI impact USDJPY?
USDJPY is strongly intraday bullish, consolidating overnight strong gains to near one-week tops. The pair traded with a mild negative bias through the Asian session on Wednesday. What is next?
As it seems, the USDJPY has entered a bullish consolidation phase and was seen oscillating in a narrow range, just below mid-111.00s. What is next? This technical analysis reveals.
The USDJPY is trading tightly with the 111.00 handle ahead of Monday's London market session open as traders brace for a week that promises to be full of trade-related headlines. What next can traders expect?
The Dollar eased after the mix of data, with EURUSD rallying to week-highs at 1.1654, as USDJPY slipped to 111.11.
Having consolidated near 111.35 earlier in Asia, the USDJPY pair came under aggressive selling pressure and quickly eroded 30 pips to breach the 111.00 support area on China open. Why is that and what next can traders expect? Stay updated in today's 27 August USDJPY Technical Forecast.
The USDJPY pair is steadily rising across the four-hour time frame. What else do technical indicators on the hourly charts reveal? Peer into the following 24 August USDJPY Technical Analysis.
The USDJPY pair once again met with some fresh supply near mid-110.00s and might now be headed back towards the lower end of its daily trading range. How vulnerable is the pair? This 22 August USDJPY Technical Outlook reveals.
The USDJPY pair bottomed earlier today at 110.97, the lowest level in a week and then bounced to the upside, following the beginning of the US session. What is next? The following 7 August USDJPY Short-term Technical Analysis reveals.
USDJPY rallied above 112 this week from 111 but has quickly dropped below. What next? The following 2 August USDJPY Elliott wave analysis gives technical insights.
When is the US Core PCE Price Index and how could it affect USDJPY? The following 31 July USDJPY Impact Analysis sheds light on this.
USDJPY moved away from the 111 handle to establish a a big move upside. How long will it last? The following 31 July USDJPY Elliott wave analysis looks at what could happen next.
The USDJPY picked up a bid as the Bank of Japan (BOJ) maintained the long-term yield target of around zero percent and made its ultra-easy policy framework more sustainable. The following 31 July USDJPY Technical Analysis shows what level the pair trades currently.
Financial markets are getting ready for the long- awaited Bank of Japan two-day policy meeting that started today, with the policy statement being released on Tuesday, July 31st. What possible scenarios and USDJPY impact can we expect?
USDJPY turned back to trade above 111 handle last week after a strong break below it at 110.6. What should we expect next? The following 30 July USDJPY Elliott wave analysis has clues.