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US Dollar Rallies As Market Dismisses IMF’s ‘Overvalued’ Concerns

The US dollar is finishing the trading week higher against a handful of currencies as the market appears to be moving on from recent comments pertaining to the greenback’s valuation. With a Federal Reserve bank president discussing the need for action ahead of a crisis and some data to throw in the mix, it has been a fun ride for the dollar this week.

Japanese Yen Soft After Data Suggests Economy Weakens

The Japanese yen was generally soft today, though the currency has trimmed losses against some of its rivals by now and even managed to gain on the euro, which itself was very vulnerable. Domestic macroeconomic data, which demonstrated weakening economic activity in Japan, was unfavorable to the yen.

Yen Mixed Despite Shrinking Trade Deficit

The Japanese yen was mixed today, rising against some majors, such as the US dollar and the euro, but falling against commodity currencies as well as the Great Britain pound. The decline of global stocks and domestic macroeconomic data were supportive of the currency, but that was not enough to bolster the yen sufficiently.

Japanese Yen Mixed After Fitch Maintains Credit Rating

The Japanese yen was mixed today after Fitch Rating maintained Japan’s sovereign credit rating. The forecasts made by the agency were not all good, though.

USD/JPY Possibly Preparing a New Leg Down Towards 107.00

The US dollar versus the Japanese yen might look as if it is ready for a rally, but the chart tells a different story.

CAD/JPY Tries to Stabilize Above 82.71

The Canadian dollar versus the Japanese yen currency pair managed to get even closer to the resistance line that dates back to the beginning of March 2019, and this brings even more possibilities for the bulls.

Japanese Yen Strengthens Despite Plenty of Unfavorable Data

The Japanese yen is strengthening against several currencies on Thursday, despite plenty of weak data suggesting that the world’s third-largest economy could be cooling down. The yen might be gaining steam on two things: expectations that the central bank could follow the Federal Reserve’s lead and slash interest rates or breathe a sigh of relief that the US and China have renewed trade talks.

Japanese Yen Soft After PPI Falls Unexpectedly

The Japanese yen was soft against all of its major peers today. While investors were still nervous ahead of the testimony of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, giving them incentive to stick to safer currencies, domestic macroeconomic data was unfavorable to the yen.

Japanese Yen Loses Gains Despite Positive Domestic Fundamentals

For a while today, the Japanese yen was one of the strongest currencies on the Forex market, opening sharply higher against its rivals. But by now it has lost gains against all of its major peers despite the positive outlook for Japan’s economy. Domestic macroeconomic data was not especially good, though.

Yen Soft After Macro Releases, Comments from BoJ Official

The Japanese yen was soft versus the majority of its most-traded peers today. Domestic macroeconomic data was mixed and Bank of Japan officials were sending somewhat confusing signals about monetary policy in the future.

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