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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 Remains Bid Despite Strong Japanese GDP Data

One of the currency pairs that consolidated the most since the coronavirus pandemic started is the USDJPY. It moves without a clear direction, despite having plenty of reasons to do so. On the one hand, the JPY was bought by investors in search of safety. Known for its safe-haven attributes, […]


USDJPY: Here’s Why the Japanese Yen is Falling Today

The USDJPY pair is up slightly as the Friday’s risk aversion trade eases following news that Trump was making some progress. The pair is trading at 105.58, which is slightly higher than the Friday’s low of 105.30. The Japanese yen is one of the few currencies cited as safe-havens because […]


USDJPY: What’s Ahead for the Japanese Yen?

The USDJPY pair is down slightly as traders react to the relatively strong manufacturing data from Japan. The pair is trading at 105.47, which is lower than this week’s high of 105.80. USDJPY fundamental analysis Earlier today, data from the Bank of Japan and Markit showed that the manufacturing sector […]

USDJPY Higher After ADP Employment Numbers Beat

The USDJPY was higher after ADP employment figures beat analyst expectations. The ADP number saw a gain of 749k jobs, compared to the 650k expected and this was a boost to the greenback ahead of Friday’s Non-Farm Payrolls number. The U.S. dollar also saw a slightly higher revision to second […]

USDJPY Bullish Setup Confirms the DXY Reversal

The USDJPY pair forms a contracting triangle as a reversal pattern that typically appears at the end of long trends. In this case, the bearish trend seen for the last four years seems to be challenged. Moreover, a double bottom formation ahead of the U.S. elections further fuels bullish scenarios. […]