After a major drop in the last two weeks, the USD/JPY has resumed the upside push following a rise in...
USDJPY is facing some selling pressure early on in today’s Asian session, ahead of the BOJ rate statement scheduled tomorrow.
USDJPY is trading around its open price for the day after the BOJ kept interest rates steady in its monetary policy decision.
After rallying to its three-week highs yesterday, USDJPY gave up some of its gains after BOJ Governor Kuroda expressed willingness to ease policy even more.
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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic lingers, central banks have stepped up their stimulus efforts to support their respective economies....
The latest interest rate decision from the Bank of Japan (BoJ) hits the newswires on July 15 at 3 a.m. GMT. The consensus among economists and several bank analysts is
USDJPY is trading slightly lower in today’s Asian session despite a dovish BOJ meeting minutes and disappointing Japan CPI report.
The BOJ took a few market participants by surprise when it kept rates steady in an emergency meeting today, even after inflation printed negative--the first time since 2016!
USDJPY just broke trendline resistance after the BOJ compared the current pandemic to the Great Depression. Is this a breakout or a fakeout?
USDJPY has found its way to the bottom of the symmetrical triangle after the BOJ announced more easing measures to support the economy amid the pandemic. Will it break down lower?
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]As expected, the Bank of Japan (BOJ) eased its already-loose monetary policy. However, investors seem unimpressed with the Nikkei 225...