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Bulls Back on USD/JPY from 107.06

The United States dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair seems to be delaying further advancement towards the south. Is this really a delay or the bulls took control?

Japanese Yen Strengthens on Better-Than-Expected Data, BoJ Stimulus

The Japanese yen is strengthening against different currency competitors midweek, buoyed by a plethora of economic data and outlooks that came in much better than initially anticipated. With the federal government set to unveil a comprehensive stimulus package to rescue the world’s third-largest economy from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, the yen’s safe-haven appeal may stay intact.

Japanese Yen Gains As Abe Prepares for ‘Boldest-Ever’ Stimulus

The Japanese yen is gaining against its biggest currency competitors to kick off the trading week as the nation braces for details surrounding the government’s “boldest-ever” stimulus package. Japan’s economic situation had been bearish prior to the coronavirus pandemic, but the outbreak has negatively affected the world’s third-largest economy. With the Tokyo Olympic Games postponed until the end of July, it is unclear how Japan can avoid slipping into […]

Japanese Yen Flat-to-Higher as Coronavirus Continues to Spread

The Japanese yen was trading either flat or higher against its most-traded rivals today as the coronavirus pandemic continued to spread across the world, causing panic and expectations of a global economic recession.

USD/JPY Dropped from 111.70

The US dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair stalled around the 112.00 psychological level. Is this only a correction?

USD/JPY Back into Ascending Channel and Above 108.00

The US dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair recovered almost the entire depreciation. Will the appreciation continue?

Japanese Yen Mixed on Tepid Data, Bearish Business Confidence

The Japanese yen is trading mixed on foreign exchange markets on Tuesday as recent economic data pointed to tepid conditions, diminishing overall business confidence. With the coronavirus crippling the world’s third-largest economy, policymakers are discussing a lot of ways to spur growth, including targeting the national sales tax.

US Dollar Opens Sharply Lower After Another Surprise Cut from Fed

The US dollar started Monday’s trading session sharply lower compared with Friday’s close. The reason for that was another surprise interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve. Currently, the greenback tries to recover but still trades below the previous session’s close against most of its major rivals.

Can USD/JPY Maintain Recovery Above 105.55?

The US dollar versus the Japanese yen currency managed to get above the important weekly level of 105.55. Is this a sustainable recovery?

Japanese Yen Soars As Investors Flee to Safe-Haven Assets

The Japanese yen is soaring against multiple currency rivals to kick off the trading week as investors are fleeing to traditional safe-haven assets amid the market crash. With the major leading stock indexes worldwide posting steep losses, traders are buying the yen, despite the disappointing economic data. Will the yen be the best performing currency in the first quarter?

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