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101.86 +0.06    (+0.05%)
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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen

  • Prev. Close: 101.81
  • Bid/Ask: 101.85 / 101.87
  • Day's Range: 101.72 - 101.94
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Dollar remains broadly supported by U.S. jobless data
By Investing.com - Jul 25, 2014

Investing.com - The dollar remained broadly higher against the other major currencies on Friday, as Thursday's upbeat U.S. jobless claims data continued to support demand for the greenback. The U.S. ...

Forex - USD/JPY holds steady, near 2-1/2 week highs
By Investing.com - Jul 25, 2014

Investing.com - The U.S. dollar was steady against the yen on Friday, hovering close to two-and-a-half week highs after data showed that inflation slowed in Japan last month and as Thurday's upbeat ...

Dollar holds gains on positive U.S. jobless report
By Investing.com - Jul 24, 2014

Investing.com - The dollar remained broadly higher against the other major currencies on Thursday, as demand for the greenback was boosted by data showing that U.S. jobless claims fell to the lowest ...

Dollar rises broadly on strong U.S. jobless data
By Investing.com - Jul 24, 2014

Investing.com - The dollar rose broadly against the other major currencies on Thursday, as strong U.S. jobless claims data boosted demand for the greenback, while markets still eyed an upcoming report...

Forex - Euro comes off lows vs. dollar after PMI’s
By Investing.com - Jul 24, 2014

Investing.com - The euro backed off eight month lows against the dollar on Thursday after private sector euro zone surveys beat expectations, but gains were held in check amid concerns that fresh ...

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ANIL KUMAR Jul 24, 2014 03:03PM GMT
now ia m expecting this pair to drop to 101.3X
Jo D
Jo D Jul 25, 2014 06:04AM GMT
from the lines i'd say back down to around 40 indeed maybe bottoming out with a downward wick to close to the thirties but maybe just as well immediately tracing up to 80 and this time maybe even touching 102 or with an upward wick slightly above ... if there's no real world data causing kneejerk reactions and spikes but i dont think much will happen this friday anymore but ranging the 70-85 unless there's some red-alert dollar news still to come i havent checked yet, just woke up. At any rate i dont think we'll see a drop below 101 or a rise to 103 anytime soon barring disasters or unexpected booms in econonmy (which will then eventually retrace to the level where it was gradually yet slightly higher according to the 25 degrees trendline right now, lol). nothing's certain but the longterm uptrend for now i like this ranging myself. I recently read markets range 80% of the time, this is just great for me you get to make the same trades four or five times instead of just waiting and waiting and waiting to hit that one single target per quarter. Its a matter of style and choice i suppose
Jo D
Jo D Jul 25, 2014 06:07AM GMT
ah, core durable goods orders at 2:30 pm CET might give it a small push since its friday or it might on bad data accelerate the downtrace to the 40-30 area indeed (if its somewhat consistent as it has been) but since thats friday afternoon the effects dont tend to give 50 pip swings usually

Jo D
Jo D Jul 24, 2014 12:53PM GMT
So ... i said close no later thatn 101.85 ... with this id wait for the housing report and put a stop already or close down at 75 for the week, IF i were a go-to-school only one trade at a time kinda person who follows the rules as dictated by the elders. Its bound to retrace at sometime. Im all up for take the money and run tactics instead of maximizing profit on a single trade, grow steadily. Instead of gambling on binary options, grow streadily, instead of waiting for that massive lot to pop four times a year, grow steadily and rely on compound interest. but thats just me, i never followed rules as they were written by the elders. My gut was right, the housing stat might push it up a little further but in my experience if its already been pushed it rarely makes a second jump of equal size on the same day. Which doesnt mean its not possible ofcourse

minne katere
minne katere Jul 23, 2014 03:05PM GMT
whats happening to this pair.
Damian Damian
Damian Damian Jul 23, 2014 05:11PM GMT
Up to 102 and fall to 101-100.5
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