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Results for 'USD/JPY'

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Yen surges on US warnings against Japanese intervention

Updated -  May 23, 2016 3:10:00 PM


During the gathering of central bankers and finance ministers at the G7 meetings in Japan on Saturday, the US reiterated warnings to its host against intervening to weaken the yen. In the weeks prior to the meetings, Japanese officials had been issuing an intensifying stream of intervention rhetoric attempting to justify Japan’s readiness and willingness to take action in the event of exceptional yen volatility (or perhaps more accurately, yen strengthening). Partly as a result  [...] Continue Reading


Risk of USD/JPY spike increases amid more verbal intervention

Updated -  May 16, 2016 3:40:00 PM


USD/JPY has been trading in a tight range for much of the past week as the Japanese yen’s recent propensity to strengthen has been counterbalanced by a series of verbal warnings emerging from Japan regarding the likelihood that the country would intervene to weaken the yen. As the Japanese-hosted G7 meetings approach, these hints have become more frequent and vocal, potentially telegraphing an impending intervention move by Japan. Several such verbal indications were issued last  [...] Continue Reading


FX Analysis and Technical Outlook

Updated -  May 13, 2016 1:40:00 PM


As Brexit Vote Draws Closer, GBP/USD Could Get Pounded With less than six weeks left to go before the UK holds its June 23 referendum to vote on whether or not it remains in the European Union, concerns have begun to escalate over the potentially dire economic consequences that may result in the event of an actual “Brexit.” These concerns were further compounded this past week when the Bank of England (BoE) issued its monetary  [...] Continue Reading


Will Japan’s intervention warnings successfully restrain yen strength?

Updated -  May 10, 2016 12:50:00 PM


Japanese government officials have been at it again, issuing ominous warnings this week concerning the country’s preparedness to intervene in its objective to weaken the recently strengthening yen. Aside from reiterating the fact that Japan would step in if the yen appreciated further to the point of harming the Japanese economy, officials also provided a target USD/JPY range for possible intervention – between 90.00 and 95.00. As a result of these warnings, the yen sold-off,  [...] Continue Reading


FX Analysis and Technical Outlook

Updated -  May 6, 2016 1:50:00 PM


Disappointing NFP Foreshadows Even More Dovish Fed The headline US Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) number for April came in on Friday at 160,000 jobs added vs prior consensus forecasts of around 200,000. The April number was down considerably from the unrevised 215,000 jobs added in the previous month of March. This very substantial disappointment in the employment picture rather accurately mirrors the ADP employment report that was released just two days earlier, which came in at  [...] Continue Reading


US Non-Farm Payrolls Preview

Updated -  May 5, 2016 10:30:00 AM


The US Labor Department’s Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) report, due to be released this Friday morning, has long been used as a primary barometer of the overall employment situation in the US as well as a key input affecting the Federal Reserve’s policy decisions. Since the fourth quarter of 2015, these employment numbers have shown consistent strength, significantly beating monthly expectations for most of the past six months, with the exception of January’s data. Since the  [...] Continue Reading


EUR/JPY plunges to approach major support lows after BoJ inaction

Updated -  Apr 28, 2016 11:00:00 AM


Despite last week’s reports that the Bank of Japan (BoJ) was considering potentially more aggressive easing actions in the form of additional stimulus measures, which had led to an immediate drop in the yen and a significant boost for both USD/JPY and EUR/JPY, Japan’s central bank issued its decision on Thursday that it would hold off on any monetary easing. Interest rates remained unchanged and the BoJ was seen as taking the unexpected path of  [...] Continue Reading


USD/JPY pares gains ahead of Fed/BoJ

Updated -  Apr 25, 2016 12:10:00 PM


USD/JPY has begun to pare its gains after having surged above key resistance at 111.00 late last week due to reports that the Bank of Japan (BoJ) is considering potentially more aggressive easing actions in the form of additional stimulus measures. This would entail the implementation of negative lending rates to financial institutions in Japan. Though the yen immediately began to plummet as the market digested this information (resulting in the noted USD/JPY surge), it  [...] Continue Reading


USD/JPY braces for Fed and Bank of Japan next week

Updated -  Apr 21, 2016 5:10:00 PM


The European Central Bank’s (ECB) rate statement and press conference have come and gone with little in the way of concrete guidance for the euro. Aside from some dovish-leaning nuances, the ECB had little to say that has not already been said about low inflation and economic growth concerns. With the ECB out of the way, attention has now turned towards the potentially pivotal policy statements coming next week from both the US Federal Reserve  [...] Continue Reading


USD/JPY bounces again but will 108.00 break before long?

Updated -  Apr 18, 2016 3:50:00 PM


As overall market risk from the Doha debacle appeared to fade on Monday, yen strength eased somewhat, prompting USD/JPY to bounce once again from its major support level at 108.00. Since the first full week of the month, when the currency pair plunged down to the pivotal 108.00 level, it has attempted to break down but has been repeatedly thwarted by the strength of that support. Despite the failure to reach an output freeze deal  [...] Continue Reading


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