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106.12 -0.29    -0.27%
03:09:10 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen

  • Prev. Close: 106.41
  • Bid/Ask: 106.11 / 106.12
  • Day's Range: 106.05 - 106.46
USD/JPY 106.12 -0.29 -0.27%
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Investing in 5 minutes ago
In the last six trading days the US dollar index has dropped every single day, from 95.08 to 92.62 today, a 2.6% loss. That's big in the currency world. Thursday it dropped 69 basis points, Friday 70, and today another 41 (0.44%) for that 92.62 close. Lo, one beginneth to recall fondue, as the cubed cheese begins to heat up and deform in the pot. What's that called? Right, MELT-DOWN. . At 92.62 the dollar stands on the very cliff's edge, backwards, balancing on its toes. Y'all go look for yourselves, http://schrts.co/O5dDKu Only thing going for the US dollar index is the Commitments of Traders reports, which argue for a reversal. However that won't argue very hard with a close below 92.50. And behold! From 92.50 back to the 2014 breakout at 80, no support appeareth, no, not none, leading on to deduce that cracking that 92.50 will bring an epic dollar plunge, or dare I say, melt down?..
DonaldOurHope President
DonaldOurHope President 1 hour ago
if u look on USD/JPY what do u belive up or down and why? im have no skilled idea myself but i belive down
Swithin Donelly
Swithin Donelly 1 hour ago
The USA economy is being beaten to a pulp. Bloomberg predicted this. Hold its gonna be a bumpy ride
DonaldOurHope President
DonaldOurHope President 58 minutes ago
yes i hurd something like that, but the whole"richer" world is in a bubble anyway
James McMurtrie
James McMurtrie 57 minutes ago
With low volume and lack of market depth = No buying interest for this pair at present... After Aussie interest rates decision we may get new medium term direction.. I am sure half the worlds traders will be on Aussie $ today.. I know I will be getting ready in just on 2 hours from now... Then come back here and trade this pair...
anaz mustapa
anaz mustapa 50 minutes ago
if aussie is going down aususd will drop like a rock.or am i wrong XD
anaz mustapa
anaz mustapa 47 minutes ago
its just surprising how it keeps on going up despites the pending rate decision.
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James McMurtrie
James McMurtrie 1 hour ago
Chinese manufacturing numbers = Slightly weaker than expected.. A reading below 50% clearly shows economy is still in contraction.. So this reading should be ANTI bull for Commodities and Aussie even Gold.. Should help stabilise US dollar a touch.. All good news...
Swithin Donelly
Swithin Donelly 1 hour ago
But what does it mean for usdjpy
anaz mustapa
anaz mustapa 1 hour ago
yup.gold will be affected but not sure by how stabilization of usd should bring this baby up
anaz mustapa
anaz mustapa 1 hour ago
*by how much.
James McMurtrie
James McMurtrie 1 hour ago
Guys any news that does not spook this pair at the moment is good news...
Cornel 1 hour ago
since japan is in holiday, wouldn't this pair goes up when in US open?
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