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Flat Japan GDP fails to pressure yen; dollar continues to struggle

August 15, 2016 7:08 PM
Preliminary Japanese GDP data (q/q) for the second quarter was released prior to Monday’s Asian trading session, and the results were a significant disappointment. Gross domestic product for the April-to-June period was reportedly flat against prior consensus expectations of a 0.2% increase. This weak economic data could likely help pressure Prime M...

Key 100.00 level looms as USD/JPY continues plunge

August 2, 2016 8:57 PM
USD/JPY resumed its plunge on Tuesday as the dollar continued its recent slide on lowered Fed rate hike expectations and the yen rose despite news that the Japanese government had approved a hefty fiscal stimulus package worth 13.5 trillion yen.

EUR/JPY poised for high volatility on Bank of Japan decision

July 28, 2016 9:55 PM
The Bank of England (BoE), European Central Bank (ECB) and most recently, the US Federal Reserve, have all issued their most recent monetary policy statements in the past two weeks. All of these three major central banks opted for inaction – the BoE and ECB refrained from implementing post-Brexit stimulus measures for the time being while the Fed ag...

EUR/JPY resumes climb as yen retreats further and ECB decision looms

July 18, 2016 8:28 PM
EUR/JPY started the week in renewed rally mode as the safe haven yen retreated further after having temporarily surged earlier on news of the attempted coup in Turkey. The heightened risk appetite in the markets from the past week has extended to the beginning of this week, and the failed coup has been summarily shrugged off by the markets. As a res...

Market Review & Outlook: Stimulus Talk Moves Markets

July 15, 2016 6:50 PM
With central banks in renewed stimulus mode and market concerns over Brexit consequences having increasingly faded into the background, this past week has largely been one of expanded risk appetite for global financial markets.