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Dollar Ends Week Soft as Fed Stays Passive

The US dollar was hurt by the monetary policy decision of the Federal Reserve, ending the week relatively soft. Yet there were even weaker currencies — the Great Britain pound and the New Zealand dollar, which suffered from the monetary policy outlook.

Yen Trades Higher After BoJ Meeting

The Japanese yen climbed against its major rivals today after the Bank of Japan concluded its monetary policy meeting, adjusting the policy but refraining from a major stimulus expansion.

Japanese Yen Higher amid Quiet Trading

The Japanese yen rose against its major peers today even though there were few news pieces to drive the currency one way or the other.

Yen Strong Against Rivals During Monday’s Trading

The Japanese yen was strong across the board today following the release of economic indicators from Japan.

Yen Little Changed Following Positive Revision of Japan’s GDP

The Japanese yen was little change today as the impact of the positive revision of Japan’s gross domestic product battled with the influence of stimulus expectations.

Yen Jumps After Kuroda Speaks

The Japanese yen gained against its major rivals during the Monday’s trading session following the speech from Haruhiko Kuroda, Bank of Japan Governor.

Yen Soft as Kuroda Talks About Additional Stimulus

The Japanese yen was soft today after Haruhiko Kuroda, Bank of Japan Governor, signaled that he is not afraid to add more stimulus if it would be necessary to reinvigorate the nation’s economy.

Yen Halts Rally

The Japanese yen fell against the US dollar and the Great Britain pound today following yesterday’s big jump.

Yen at Multi-Year Highs as BoJ Stands Pat

The Japanese yen rallied to multi-year highs against its major peers after the Bank of Japan made no changes to its monetary policy.

Yen Soft as BoJ Continues to Signal About Easing

The Japanese yen was soft today as the Bank of Japan continued to send signals about possibility of additional monetary easing.

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