USD/JPY - US Dollar Japanese Yen

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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen

  • Prev. Close: 122.57
  • Bid/Ask: 122.80 / 122.81
  • Day's Range: 122.31 - 122.88
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Kathy Lien
Dollar Trading On The NFP Rush
By Kathy Lien - Nov 06, 2015 1

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. This month’s blowout nonfarm payrolls report pushed USD/JPY to 2-month highs and the EUR/USD and GBP/USD to 6-month ...

Kristina Leonova
By Kristina Leonova - Nov 06, 2015

Yesterday the USD/JPY pair continued growing amid increased demand for the USD that significantly strengthened after statements from Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen about high possibility of an ...

IFC Markets
Commodities Down As Dollar Approaches 3-Month High
By IFC Markets - Nov 06, 2015

On Thursday the US dollar index, a measure of the greenback value against six currencies, was flat at 97.93, not far from its 3-month high of 98.14 after growing for 5 straight trading days (see the ...

Jason Sen
USD/JPY: 100 DMA Key To Direction
By Jason Sen - Nov 06, 2015

USD/JPY key to direction is of course the 100-day moving average at 121.72/75 again today. Bulls will need to clear & close above here & beat Fibonacci resistance at 121.90/95 to be in full ...

Littlefish FX
New York Forex Report: All Eyes On NFP
By Littlefish FX - Nov 06, 2015

Markets quiet ahead of major data by way of the US October NFP and Unemployment rate. NFP’s are expected to improve to 184k vs 142k previous and the unemployment rate is expected to decline ...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
USD: Downside Risk Ahead Of Jobs Report
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Nov 06, 2015

Forex News and Events RBA keeps all doors open (by Arnaud Masset) Overnight, the Reserve Bank of Australia released its statement on monetary policy. Just like the BoE did, the RBA lowered its ...

Major Currency Pairs : November 06, 2015
By Deltastock - Nov 06, 2015

EUR/USD Current level - 1.0883 The rebound above 1.0830 has been limited below 1.0896 resistance and only a break through the latter will expose 1..0996 hurdle. Major support on the downside is...

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Ashburn Burn
Ashburn Burn 11 hours ago
The geopolitical tensions between Turkey and Russia also drove commodity prices higher and USD/JPY lower.
Ashburn Burn
Ashburn Burn Nov 27, 2015 10:52AM GMT
Data collected from 26/11 until 04/12, the USD / JPY from 121.50 to ¥ 123.50, the euro against the dollar 1.0550 -1.0750 dollar, euro-yen is expected 130, 00 to 132.00 yen... assume...
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Martin Chang Nov 27, 2015 10:48AM GMT
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