AUD/JPY - Australian Dollar Japanese Yen

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86.09 -1.22    -1.39%
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Type: Currency
Group: Minor
Base: Australian Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen

  • Prev. Close: 87.31
  • Bid/Ask: 86.08 / 86.10
  • Day's Range: 85.80 - 87.11
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AUD/JPY 86.09 -1.22 -1.39%
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AUD/JPY Overview

Prev. Close87.31
Day's Range85.80 - 87.11
52 wk Range82.16 - 102.91
1-Year Return-11%

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Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Monday, August 31, 2015
01:00   JPY Construction Orders (YoY) (Jul) -4.0%   15.4%  
01:00   JPY Housing Starts (YoY) (Jul) 7.4% 11.0% 16.3%  
01:30   AUD AUD/USD Index 30.4%   39.7%  
01:30   JPY USD/JPY Index 47.5%   59.1%  
19:30   AUD AIG Manufacturing Index     50.4  
19:50   JPY Capital Spending (YoY) (Q2)   9.0% 7.3%  
21:30   AUD Building Approvals (MoM) (Jul)   2.5% -8.2%  
21:30   AUD Current Account (Q2)   -15.8B -10.7B  
21:30   AUD Net Exports Contribution (Q2)   -0.3% 0.5%  
21:30   AUD Private House Approvals (Jul)     4.3%  
21:35   JPY Manufacturing PMI (Aug)   51.9 51.9  
23:45   JPY 10-Year JGB Auction     0.400%  
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
00:30   AUD Interest Rate Decision (Sep)   2.00% 2.00%  
00:30   AUD RBA Rate Statement          
02:30   AUD Commodity Prices (YoY)     -20.2%  
19:50   JPY Monetary Base (YoY)   33.2% 32.8%  
21:30   AUD GDP (YoY) (Q2)   2.2% 2.3%  
21:30   AUD GDP (QoQ) (Q2)   0.4% 0.9%  
21:30   AUD GDP Capital Expenditure (Q2)     -1.2%  
21:30   AUD GDP Chain Price Index (Q2)     0.0%  
21:30   AUD GDP Final Consumption (Q2)     0.5%  

Central Banks

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA)
Current Rate 2.00%
Chairman Glenn Stevens
Bank of Japan (BOJ)
Current Rate 0.10%
Chairman Haruhiko Kuroda

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Latest AUD/JPY Comments

Darryl Parvin
Darryl Parvin Aug 26, 2015 9:16AM GMT
Massively bearish on the AUD. It's on track for a long and steady slide to sub 80. It's the country with the greatest exposure to China's crash since they are Australia's largest trading partner. No one else is really affected by a Chinese economy slowdown since the Chinese barely consume any developed economy goods anyway except for mobile phones and luxury handbags.
Vijay Boda
Vijay Boda Aug 26, 2015 3:48AM GMT
Buy on M30/H1/H4 -- See the Chart
Jay Rock
Jay Rock Aug 21, 2015 1:48AM GMT
I called it!! AUD/JPY is trading below 90.000.
Shawn cruze
Shawn cruze Aug 21, 2015 4:39AM GMT
can it touch 88.00 ? i have a floating at buy postion fetch at 92.09 . I need to save my capital .. Give me your feedback . thanks bro
Jay Rock
Jay Rock Aug 21, 2015 6:18AM GMT
if this pair breaks support at 89.100 on the 4hr chart, AUD/JPY could be heading has low as 87.000. Because AUD is a commodity currency and commodities are weak, i wouldn't buy this pair yet. holding my sell position for now. good luck brother and trade safe.
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