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Japanese Yen Attempts to Rally, Fails

The Japanese yen attempted to rally intraday but has lost is gains completely against all other major currencies by now. One of the possible reasons for the initial rally of the yen was the worsening market sentiment as traders were becoming less and less optimistic about the trade negotiations between the United States and China. But poor domestic macroeconomic data and the dovish outlook for monetary policy of the Japanese central bank did not allow […]

Euro Rallies on Mixed Trade Headlines Despite Weak German Data

The euro today rallied higher against the US dollar, which was under intense selling pressure as investors cautiously waited for US-China trade talks to resume. The EUR/USD currency pair rallied higher despite weak macro releases from Germany in the early European session mainly driven by positive investor risk sentiment.

Yen Mixed on Macroeconomic Data, BoJ Monetary Policy Stance

The Japanese yen was mixed today despite the market sentiment that was favorable to safer currencies. Domestic macroeconomic data was mixed, but there were more negative reports than positive ones. Additionally, Japan’s central bank signaled about the possibility of additional monetary easing soon.

US Dollar Ends Week Mixed amid Geopolitical Uncertainty

The US dollar ended the week mixed amid confusing fundamentals. Uncertainty about the US-China trade negotiations, political turmoil in the United States, and other geopolitical factors were not helping the currency to find direction.

Sterling Mixed After Positive Data, Dovish Comments of BoE Member

The Great Britain pound was mixed today after the consumer confidence improved unexpectedly and a member of the central bank’s Monetary Policy Committee made dovish remarks.

Japanese Yen Mixed After BoJ Minutes, Domestic Data

The Japanese yen did not demonstrate a clear trend today, falling versus the US dollar and the Swiss franc, gaining on the Great Britain pound, and staying flat versus the euro. Monetary policy minutes of Japan’s central bank reiterated the possibility of additional monetary easing. Domestic macroeconomic data was mixed.

Japanese Yen Falls, Losses Limited

The Japanese yen fell today amid the improving market sentiment, poor domestic macroeconomic data, and the negative outlook for monetary policy. But the losses were extremely small, perhaps due to some good news about the US-Japan trade negotiations.

Japanese Yen Rallies Despite Signs of Upcoming Monetary Easing from BoJ

The Japanese yen rose today despite a signal from the nation’s central bank that it may ease its already extremely accommodative monetary policy as soon as at October’s meeting. The currency likely got support from the market sentiment that was favorable to safe currencies.

Pound Recovers as BoE Maintains Its Monetary Policy Stance

The Sterling pound today rallied from its daily lows after the Bank of England maintained its current monetary policy stance by leaving interest rates unchanged. The GBP/USD currency pair had fallen to its daily lows following the release of the latest UK retail sales data early in the London session.

Australian Dollar Trades Lower After RBA Minutes

The Australian dollar declined today against other most-traded currencies. While the general market sentiment was unfavorable to riskier commodity currencies, analysts argued that the main reason for the Aussie’s decline was the release of the central bank’s monetary policy minutes. Domestic macroeconomic data was poor but better than pessimistic forecasts.

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