USDJPY

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USDJPY is the ticker symbol in Global FX markets that represents how many Japanese Yen you can buy with one US dollar. USDJPY is one of the world’s major currency pairs according to the Bank for International Settlements and represents 17% percent of total daily volume on forex trading markets. The factors that affect the value of the pair are the economic policy by the Japanese and U.S. governments and central banks, but also economic conditions and other economic indicators like unemployment, imports, exports, etc. However, a key driver is risk sentiment and there is a good negative correlation between stock markets and the Japanese Yen in the short term. The JPY is sensitive to risk sentiment as it is a so-called funding currency. The pair is very popular among traders because of the high liquidity and tight spreads.

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USDJPY at Fresh Ten-Month Highs On Japan Economy Worries

USDJPY breaks up to ten-month highs as the rally that started yesterday accelerated today with a break above the 112.00 making fresh 10-month highs at 112.18. Fears that Japan will be hard hit by the coronavirus as the confirmed cases increasing in the country. In my opinion the big hit [...]

USDJPY Trading Lower On Downbeat US Consumer Inflation Data

The USDJPY marginally extended its bearish run for the day after disappointing US CPI data. According to the Bureau of Labour Statistics, monthly CPI for January 2020 was 0.1%, which was less than both the market expectation and previous figure of 0.2%. Core CPI came in at 0.2%; same as [...]
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Non-Farm Payroll (NFP) Preview: Implications for the USDJPY

This month’s Non-Farm Payrolls report (NFP) is due for release tomorrow and will cover the employment change and unemployment rate in the US public sectors (excluding agriculture). The expectation is for the unemployment rate to remain steady at 3.5%, while the employment change is expected to come in at 161K, [...]