US Dollar/Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) Live Price, News, Forecast & Analysis Today

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USD/JPY Exchange Rate

The USD/JPY pair is counted among the most popular Forex currency pairs because of its relative liquidity and typically low spreads. When viewing the US dollar to the Japanese yen chart it is important to realize that the Japanese yen is heavily dependent on exports in particular and on the global financial market in general. For this reason, a volatile market may make it difficult to trade JPY-based pairs successfully. Despite this, the Japanese yen remains an extremely acknowledged Forex pair for carry trades, which has bolstered the popularity of the USD/JPY as a pair.


The US dollar is the most heavily traded currency in the Forex markets, with a gross domestic product (GDP) of nearly $14 trillion, making the United States the largest national economy in the world. The yen is now the fourth most popular currency. With this in mind, the US dollar to the Japanese yen FX trading analysis can yield excellent opportunities for profits for both new and experienced traders who understand market trends and know how to leverage each currency to their advantage. Reviewing the USD/JPY chart can yield some interesting data to currency traders.

The Yen has become one of the most traded currencies in the world and is used in carry trades resulting in its low interest rates. Carry trades is a strategy in which an investor sells a certain currency with a relatively low interest rate and uses the funds to purchase a different currency yielding a higher interest rate. A trader using this strategy attempts to capture the difference between the rates, which can often be substantial, depending on the amount of leverage used.


The Bank of Japan has expanded their purchase of Yen of late, in hopes of reversing Japan’s deflation tide to inflation. By doubling this money supply, The BOJ is devaluing the Yen and boosting exports while increasing prices of imports, especially for commodities, at the same time. This will most definitely affect the USD/JPY price.

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