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Friday’s trading session marked the final trading session in Q3 and the month of September, the quarterly data will be presented next week. It is the first quarter since the UK’s decision to leave the EU was taken. The world’s major markets were trading mixed last week.
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Presently, the Japanese Yen is seeing some broad volatility and is finding support.
The EUR/JPY pair has had a very bumpy last couple of months, and I don’t know that is going to change anytime soon.
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The US Dollar edged higher versus the Japanese Yen, finding support after a member of Japan’s academia suggested that the Bank of Japan could expand Quantitative Easing measures by next month.
The US Dollar struck a fresh 10-day peak versus the Japanese Yen on concerns that the Bank of Japan’s intervention in the Yen is imminent.
Though the Dollar has recovered to some extent, earlier in today’s trading session, the Japanese Yen struck a new 18-month peak, adding to last week’s gain.
The EUR/JPY pair tried to rally during the course of the month a couple of times in April, but with this being the case it looks as if the downtrend is a very much in effect still, but I think that we may see a bit of consolidation at this point.
The Japanese Yen gained nearly 3% versus the US Dollar and the common currency Euro after Japan’s central bank surprised investors by standing pat on policy.
Despite efforts and rhetoric from the Bank of Japan as well as investors’ concerns over another possible intervention, the Japanese Yen continued to rise broadly.
After taking a pounding last week against the US Dollar, the Japanese Yen regained some of its positive momentum though investors are certain to refocus their attention on the upcoming Bank of Japan policy meeting.
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The Euro continues to be steady ahead of the latest policy decision from the European Central Bank. Markets are waiting to hear from the ECB chief, Mario Draghi, to get a hint as to whether or not the current loose policy is seen as appropriate and likely to remain unchanged in the near term.
Commodity-linked currencies, especially those linked to the price of oil, recovered after an earlier fall in the session.
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