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USD/JPY - US Dollar Japanese Yen

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117.36 -0.38    (-0.32%)
6:36:36 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen

  • Prev. Close: 117.74
  • Bid/Ask: 117.35 / 117.37
  • Day's Range: 117.26 - 117.74
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USD/JPY Overview

Prev. Close117.74
Bid117.37
Day's Range117.26 - 117.74
Open117.74
Ask117.39
52 wk Range100.74 - 118.97
1-Year Return16.02%

USD/JPY News & Analysis

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Time: Nov 27, 2014 06:36AM (GMT -5:00, DST Off)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Thursday, November 27, 2014
18:30   JPY Household Spending (YoY) (Oct)   -4.8% -5.6%  
18:30   JPY Household Spending (MoM) (Oct)     1.5%  
18:30   JPY National Core CPI (YoY) (Oct)   2.9% 3.0%  
18:30   JPY National CPI (YoY) (Oct)   3.0% 3.2%  
18:30   JPY Tokyo Core CPI (YoY) (Nov)   2.3% 2.5%  
18:30   JPY Tokyo CPI (YoY) (Nov)   2.3% 2.5%  
18:30   JPY Unemployment Rate (Oct)   3.6% 3.6%  
18:50   JPY Foreign Bonds Buying     212.5B  
18:50   JPY Foreign Investments in Japanese Stocks     909.8B  
18:50   JPY Industrial Production (MoM) (Oct)     -0.4% 2.9%  
18:50   JPY Industrial Production forecast 1m ahead (MoM) (Oct)     -0.1%  
18:50   JPY Industrial Production forecast 2m ahead (MoM) (Oct)     1.0%  
18:50   JPY Retail Sales (YoY) (Oct)   1.5% 2.3%  
Friday, November 28, 2014
00:00   JPY Construction Orders (YoY) (Oct)     -40.3%  
00:00   JPY Housing Starts (YoY) (Oct)   -14.5% -14.3%  
 

Central Banks

Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 0.00%-0.25%
Chairman Janet L. Yellen
Bank of Japan (BOJ)
Current Rate 0.10%
Chairman Haruhiko Kuroda

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Latest USD/JPY Comments

Sami Khan
Sami Khan Nov 27, 2014 05:25AM GMT
GUYS...whats going on with this pair? any news??

xidioda .
xidioda . Nov 27, 2014 04:46AM GMT
In my opinion assuming a strong USD index, UJ's fall has no reason other than: TPs ahead of holidays, slightly worse than expected economic data (still good) and correction after keeping too long at overbought territory. Which is really good for UJ to gain losses and show new highs since 2007 in pretty fast pace. But how much would it fall before getting back on track? My bottom so far is not so far which is 117.00, but break below is 116.75, then a rebound back to new 120~122?

Albert Brooks
Albert Brooks Nov 26, 2014 01:37PM GMT
Yen running into cross currency resistance, several hours ago RBA deputy governor Philip Lowe said described the Australian dollar as overvalued. The past week since Dragi of ECB has increased buying asset-backed securities, it said this past Friday, in a move to encourage banks to lend and revive the economy. Everybody seems to be going onto the devalue their own currency. Looks like Yen could break other way and strengthen for the short term.
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