USD/JPY dips below Ichimoku cloud on weak US PMI, Powell speech
The USD/JPY trims some of its Thursday gains on Friday, diving below the Ichimoku Cloud (Kumo) early in the North American session.
USD/JPY picks up on higher US yields, 148.70 is a key resistance
The US Dollar is attempting a recovery from 2, ½-month lows at 146.65 favoured by a mild recovery on US Treasury yields, which is weighing on the Japanese Yen.
USD/JPY: Extra range bound appears in the pipeline - UOB
UOB Group's Economist Lee Sue Ann and Markets Strategist Quek Ser Leang expect USD/JPY to trade between 146.65 and 149.30 in the near term.
Japanese Yen reverses a major part of the overnight losses against US Dollar
The Japanese Yen (JPY) kicks off the new month on a positive note and recovers a major part of its previous day's losses against the US Dollar (USD) despite the recent less hawkish comments by Bank of Japan (BoJ) policymakers.
USD/JPY looking for a bullish rebound after four straight down days, testing 148.00
The US Dollar (USD) is trying to claw back chart paper from the Japanese Yen (JPY) on Thursday, but struggling to decisively re-mount the 148.00 handle.
USD/JPY risks a potential drop to 146.00 - UOB
The continuation of the selling pressure could drag USD/JPY to the 146.00 neighbourhood in the next few weeks, according to Economist Lee Sue Ann and Markets Strategist Quek Ser Leang at UOB Group.
BoJ's Nakamara: Now is not the time to consider policy shift
Bank of Japan (BoJ) Board member Toyoaki Nakamura is back on the wires said on Thursday, expressing his take on the potential exit from the central bank's ultra-loose monetary policy.
Japanese Yen stands tall near multi-month top against the USD, US PCE data in focus
The Japanese Yen (JPY) remains on the front foot against its American counterpart for the fifth successive day on Thursday amid expectations that the Bank of Japan (BoJ) will soon end its negative rate policy.
BoJ's Nakamara: Will need some more time before we can modify easy monetary policy
Bank of Japan (BoJ) Board member Toyoaki Nakamura said on Thursday, "we will need some more time before we can modify easy monetary policy." Additional comments Now is a time to be cautious in our policy response.
Japanese Retail Trade in October backslides more than expected, printing 4.2% versus the expected 5.9%
Japanese Retail Trade for the year into October missed the mark after printing at 4.2% compared to the median forecast of 5.9%, while the previous period saw an upside revision from 5.8% to 6.2%.
Japanese Foreign Investment in Bonds declines ¥-84.5B as capital outflows dominate
Net Foreign Bond Investment in Japan declined by ¥-84.5 billion into November 24th compared to a ¥4 billion increase for the previous period, which was revised upwards from the previously-reported ¥2.5 billion net surplus in foreign bond investment.
Japanese Industrial Production surprises to the upside, 1% in October versus expected 0.8%
Japanese MoM Industrial Production increased by 1% in October compared to September's 0.5% uptick, beating the market forecast of 0.8%.
USD/JPY trading into 147.00 ahead of Japan Retail Trade, China PMIs loom over Asia markets
The USD/JPY drifted lower in the back half of Wednesday's trading session after hitting an intraday peak just above 147.80.
USD/JPY trying to stop the slide after three days of declines, sees 147.00 on Wednesday
The USD/JPY is pulling back towards the day's early bids near 147.50 as the US Dollar gets a choppy boost from better-than-expected US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth figures and a hawkish appearance from Federal Reserve (Fed) officials to balance out Tuesday's hawkish Fedpeak.
USD/JPY to decline gradually from mid-2024 - HSBC
The Japanese Yen is still the worst-performing G10 currency so far this year.
BoJ's Adachi: Difficult to end negative rates until positive wage-inflation cycle begins
Bank of Japan (BoJ) board member Seiji Adachi is back on the wires in early European trading on Wednesday, noting that it is "difficult to end negative rates until positive wage-inflation cycle begins." Key quotes Positive wage-inflation cycle has not happened yet But if chances of it happening increases, then we can start discussing exit strategy.
Japanese Yen rallies to its highest level since September 14 against the US Dollar
The Japanese Yen (JPY) continues to benefit from the prevalent US Dollar (USD) selling bias, with the USD/JPY pair dropping below the 147.00 mark for the first time since September 14 during the Asian session on Wednesday.
BoJ's Adachi: Not in a stage now to debate exit from easy policy
Bank of Japan (BoJ) board member Seiji Adachi made some comments on the central bank's inflation and monetary policy outlook, during his speech on Wednesday.
USD/JPY tumbles to 147.00, eyes on the US GDP data
The USD/JPY pair tumbles to the 147.00 mark during the early Asian trading hours on Wednesday.
USD/JPY dips below 147.40 as Greenback gets punched lower by broad-market risk bid
The US Dollar (USD) is seeing broad-market declines on Tuesday as market sentiment lurches higher.
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