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USD/JPY Might Correct Before Further Appreciation

The US dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair is at a point in which it should draw a correction, otherwise it might be considered that it is overextending.

Japanese Yen Weakens on Slide in Machine Tool Orders, Bump in PPI

The Japanese yen is weakening against most of its currency rivals on Thursday after a mix of economic data that highlighted both gains and weaknesses in the world’s third-largest economy. Is the federal government’s stimulus enough to prevent Tokyo from slipping into the long-awaited recession?

Japanese Yen Soft as Market Sentiment Favors Risk

The Japanese yen was weak today as the market sentiment continued to favor riskier currencies, not safer ones. Domestic macroeconomic data provided the currency no help, coming out withing expectations and signaling about the persisting weakness of the Japanese economy.

Japanese Yen Weakens As Household Confidence, Foreign Investment Wanes

The Japanese yen is weakening against most of its currency rivals on Thursday as consumer confidence tumbled in December and recent investment numbers turned heads in Tokyo. The yen had rallied in the wake of the escalation in the US-Iran conflict, but with Middle East tensions abating investors resuscitated their risk appetites.

Japanese Yen Rises, Gains Limited by Lack of Demand for Safe Haven

The Japanese yen traded either flat or higher against other most-traded currencies today, but gains were nowhere near enough to reverse yesterday’s losses. Markets calmed down after a bout of fear caused by escalating tensions in the Middle East, limiting demand for safe-haven currencies.

Japanese Yen Stuck Trading Sideways Against the Weak US Dollar

The Japanese yen today traded in a tight range against the US dollar despite the greenback’s overall weakness against other major currencies. The USD/JPY traded sideways even as the Nikkei 225 equity index closed lower for the day despite the risk-on market sentiment.

Japanese Yen Flat As Data Elevates Recession Talk

The Japanese yen is trading relatively flat against some of the most-traded currencies in the market as a string of disappointing data has elevated recession talk. After some reprieve from bearish data, it looks like the world’s third-largest economy is still unable to rejuvenate growth, despite the government’s planned $120 billion stimulus. The question that is now dominating global financial markets is: What’s next?

Japanese Yen Gains After Inflation Data, BoJ Monetary Policy Decision

The Japanese yen gained against other most-traded currencies after today’s release of inflation data and yesterday’s monetary policy decision of Japan’s central bank. The gains were limited, though, as markets are feeling the holiday mood and trading is slowing.

Japanese Yen Mixed As Exports Beat Forecasts

The Japanese yen is mixed against multiple major currency rivals midweek as economic data remained bearish. However, many of the numbers either improved from the previous month or beat market expectations. While it looked like a recession was imminent, the slight improvement may delay the recession a bit.

USD/JPY Topping at the 109.70 Area?

The US dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair seems to have some trouble climbing to new highs. Is it so or is it just pausing?

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