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Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen
  • Prev. Close: 112.46
  • Bid/Ask: 111.46 / 111.47
  • Day's Range: 111.39 - 112.62
USD/JPY 111.47 -0.99 -0.88%

USD/JPY Forward Rates

 
Find the bid and ask prices as well as the daily change for variety of forwards for the USD JPY - overnight, spot, tomorrow and 1 week to 10 years forwards data.
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USDJPY ON FWD-2.2640-1.7910-2.2640-1.7910-0.010021/07
USDJPY TN FWD-0.8350-0.5950-0.7820-0.7000-0.00400:00:00
USDJPY SN FWD-0.7650-0.6450-0.7350-0.6800-0.008021/07
USDJPY SW FWD-5.0600-4.6600-4.9800-4.8000-0.15002:40:00
USDJPY 2W FWD-10.0400-9.6400-10.0400-9.74000.08002:40:00
USDJPY 3W FWD-15.0200-14.6200-15.0200-14.6900-0.02002:40:00
USDJPY 1M FWD-22.1000-21.7000-22.1000-21.88000.05002:40:00
USDJPY 2M FWD-45.3000-44.8000-45.3000-45.01000.11002:40:00
USDJPY 3M FWD-70.4000-69.8000-70.2000-70.00000.08002:40:00
USDJPY 4M FWD-96.8700-95.5500-96.6100-95.8600-0.18002:40:00
USDJPY 5M FWD-121.1000-119.2000-120.9200-119.95000.03002:40:00
USDJPY 6M FWD-153.7300-151.7300-153.2900-153.0000-0.44002:40:00
USDJPY 7M FWD-182.0000-178.0000-181.0000-179.0000-1.140021/07
USDJPY 8M FWD-205.5800-203.3300-204.8800-203.3400-0.68002:40:00
USDJPY 9M FWD-235.1500-232.1500-234.2500-233.7500-0.73002:40:00
USDJPY 10M FWD-261.9000-258.4000-261.3900-259.19001.46002:40:00
USDJPY 11M FWD-289.9000-286.4000-289.4800-287.08001.88002:40:00
USDJPY 1Y FWD-321.7600-316.7600-319.7800-318.5000-2.280021/07
USDJPY 15M FWD-412.5600-401.5600-409.8100-404.3100-3.390021/07
USDJPY 21M FWD-596.4800-580.4800-592.3900-584.4800-5.290021/07
USDJPY 2Y FWD-687.2200-667.2200-681.1800-675.5700-6.040021/07
USDJPY 3Y FWD-1033.4000-1018.4000-1033.4000-1018.40000.900021/07
USDJPY 4Y FWD-1379.8000-1339.8000-1369.8000-1349.8000-9.100021/07
USDJPY 5Y FWD-1694.5000-1664.5000-1694.5000-1664.5000-0.900021/07
USDJPY 6Y FWD-2022.0000-1962.00000.00000.000025.000020/07
USDJPY 7Y FWD-2315.0000-2245.00000.00000.000029.000020/07
USDJPY 8Y FWD-2594.0000-2514.00000.00000.000033.000020/07
USDJPY 9Y FWD-2862.0000-2772.00000.00000.000035.000020/07
USDJPY 10Y FWD-3113.0000-3013.00000.00000.000042.000020/07
USDJPY 12Y FWD-3611.0000-3486.00000.00000.00000.000013/11
USDJPY 15Y FWD-4196.0000-4056.00000.00000.00000.000013/11
USDJPY 20Y FWD-4942.0000-4792.00000.00000.00000.000013/11
USDJPY 30Y FWD-5683.8101-5559.45020.00000.00000.000001/02

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Shorty McRibs
Shorty McRibs 1 hour ago
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Good Lord the nikkei is less than we’s number of posts of 23,900..wowser
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Greg We
Greg We 5 hours ago
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Could just be just forming the handle now
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Greg We
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GL
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sinesio miranda
sinesio miranda 6 hours ago
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here is two diferente scenerys , fst  a bull scenery , it could be a abc correction , and we could see it around 1.20 , 1.23 , or for the bears , it it could be A , B , abc , x , and abc down to finish c , will know wish one is the real , i just thinking in this two possibilities , will see in wish scenery we are moving at  , i have other scenarios , but is time to see which is valid ,
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i think in the next months to come , it will tray to go to the ups line , will see , if it could happen
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in my point of view , this pair is taking air to go throw 114.70 . , y don't see that is starting a bear mkt , will see in the next monthly candle , if a have to bet , i bet that we going to have a bull mkt , in the next months to come . and 114.70 could be short , and will see a lot more up this pair. will see . if  it could happen
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Durga Naidu
Durga Naidu 9 hours ago
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Hi Greg
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Greg We
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Trade war risks becoming a dangerous currency war as China weakens yuan the most in 2 years.President Donald Trump's comments that China and Europe are manipulating their currencies sounds like a salvo that could turn the trade war into a currency war, but strategists say it's too soon to tell whether nations will intentionally seek to weaken their currencies..While Trump took aim at both China and Europe, strategists say the fact that China does not allow its currency to float makes the decline in the yuan look more intentional than the fall in the euro..However, aside from a steep drop in the yuan fixing overnight that appeared intentional, strategists say China may be allowing its currency to fall with market forces that are driving its currency lower due to trade wars and its economy.....CNBC..Disgusting, that is number 2 on the list, published 25 hours ago.
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Greg We
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4 powerful weapons China has in its arsenal to win the US-China trade war.Last week the U.S. launched a trade war with China revealing a list of tariffs it could slap on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods..Today President Trump says he is willing to put tariffs on all $505 billion of Chinese goods imported into the U.S..China can retaliate beyond instituting tariffs on U.S. goods..China holds $1 trillion worth of U.S. treasury bonds. If it stops buying new bonds, or sells off its holdings, it would trigger a hike in yields putting pressure on America's debt load..Devaluing the yuan by 8 percent could make tariffs moot..The Chinese government could make it harder for U.S. companies to operate in China.......CNBC
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Greg We
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All the U.S. has to do is raise the price of oil to punish China, trade with some one else instead, kick out Chinese investment in the U.S., and if they start selling 1 Trillion of U.S. Treasury Notes, I say go ahead, there is not enough liquidity in that market, I would love to see what happens.  China has to sell U.S. Treasury Notes slowly over time.  If they try and dump U.S. Treasuries rapidly they will turn their 1 Trillion into 500 billion rapidly.  CNBC is disgusting, if they are going to create a hypothetical news story at least cover both sides instead of just one.
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Greg We
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China's economy is export driven, the U.S. economy is service driven, and since the U.S. is the biggest customer, the moment the U.S. buys less from China, is the moment the Chinese start loosing jobs. LOL.
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syaoran Li
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Greg We  yeah !!!!!!!!! and mongolia will take over china again, reigning on the forbidden city !!!!!!!!!!! yeah !!!!!
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Greg We
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LOL, Trump has not broke that line yet, maybe on Monday, maybe not.  That could just be a kiss good bye, no one knows for sure yet.
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Greg We
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Nor that one, but Trump gave it his best shot on Thursday and Friday.
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Greg We
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Bears are claiming victory way to early, like always.
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Abraham Perez
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Could be would be nice. This is still uptrend without doubt.
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Sayf Salim
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I said something last week if price break 111.8 we are officially bearish no place for bulls anymore .. hardluck bulls
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Abraham Perez
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So I guess keep your sell open all of next week. Hopefully that works for you.
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Greg We
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More than 85 percent of forex trading involves the U.S. dollar. Furthermore, 39 percent of the world's debt is issued in dollars. As a result, foreign banks require a lot of dollars to conduct business. For example, during the 2008 financial crisis, non-U.S. banks had $27 trillion in international liabilities denominated in foreign currencies. Of that, $18 trillion was in U.S. dollars. The U.S. Federal Reserve increased its dollar swap line to keep the world's banks from running out of dollars.
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Greg We
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The financial crisis made the dollar even more widely used. In 2017, the banks of Japan, Germany, France and the United Kingdom held more liabilities denominated in dollarsthan in their own currencies. Bank regulations enacted to prevent another crisis are making dollars scarce. To make matters worse, the Federal Reserve is increasing the fed funds rate. That's decreases the money supply by making dollars more expensive to borrow.
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Greg We
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The Fed loans to central banks, the central banks then loan to their banks in USD, those banks take the USD and loan it out.  Japan and Europe are on the hook for bad loans they made in USD to emerging markets.  And when the fed raises rates it makes it worse.  When the price of oil goes up it gets worse, and when the USD gains value, it makes the current situation even worse.
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Io Ni
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I told you it in the past and I‘ll keep saying it over and over again for the new traders on this forum. You can‘t predict anything. Give up. Don‘t be foolish, be smart. The chart only shows you historical prices and very important levels where the price could turn around. These levels are your management tool. You can see it and you can use it but you cannot see what Trump - for instance - will do or say the next second. The day you will stop predicting prices will be the day you‘ll start making money. Keep your chart clean with only a few lines on it and remember that lines are actually areas.
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The Trump‘s news only helped me to get more than 150 pips on UJ and more than 130 pips on EU in only 2 days, but both entries were based on TA: UJ sell near 200W SMA, EU buy horizontal support on H4. 97% of traders / „want to be a trader“ (I think even more) are losing their money. If you read this forum every day, you will understand why. Don‘t be a follower. Learn to think, to analyze, to develop a plan and to follow it no matter what the other are saying. You are the only one to know, how big your account is, how high your risk tolerance is, whether you are only scalping or you are doing day/swing trading. Mistakes are ok. You have to suffer in order to truly learn it.
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Abraham Perez
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Actually the news follows the trend. Clearly it was dropping. Divergence and double top. Reveresed on all strong levels before dropping. I predicted it. I dont trade the news.
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Abraham Perez
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I just trade honestly using wicks Long wicks lol.
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Greg We
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The president can and will take control of the Fed. It may be recalled when the law was written creating the Federal Reserve the secretary of the Treasury was designated as the head of the Federal Reserve. We are going to return to that era. Like it or not the Fed is about to be politicized......CNBC
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Greg We
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That is a big lie.  CNBC should apologize for that statement. First, there was the 1913 Federal Reserve Act, then it got bad.  Second was the Banking Act of 1935, which gave the bankers more control and changed parts of the 1913 Federal Reserve Act. Especially the part about the U.s. Secretary of the Treasury being in charge of the fed. After 1935 the secretary of Treasury was no longer in charge of the fed by law.  And Trump can't change that, but Congress can by passing a law. In 1935 it got worse.  Then there was the 1951 Accord, and things even got worse.  The bankers gained even more control because of war.  Trump is off his rocker like building the wall and Mexico is paying for it.  His only power is his 6 appointments to the board.  He has no authority over the bankers other than being the first interviewer for the job.  The Senate has to confirm his picks.  At best his 4 future picks are doves to try and devalue the USD.
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Lukasz Furmaniak
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Well fed is privet own bank, it just have federal word in name.
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Greg We
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Lukasz Furmaniak The Federal Reserve Banks are not a part of the federal government, but they exist because of an act of Congress. Their purpose is to serve the public. So is the Fed private or public? . . The answer is both. While the Board of Governors is an independent government agency, the Federal Reserve Banks are set up like private corporations. Member banks hold stock in the Federal Reserve Banks and earn dividends. Holding this stock does not carry with it the control and financial interest given to holders of common stock in for-profit organizations. The stock may not be sold or pledged as collateral for loans. Member banks also appoint six of the nine members of each Bank's board of directors.
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Unintended consequences: This is the worst news for the future of the US economy but great news for the future of emerging markets. $MSCI, $EMQQ, $PIE, $PXH “The EU and Japan’s answer to Mr. Trump’s trade policies has been the biggest trade deal struck by Brussels that will eliminate some €1 billion ($1.17 billion) in tariffs for European companies annually and double that amount for Japanese exporters to the 28-member bloc, according to EU officials.”
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Greg We
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How does 1 billion look compared to 10 percent on 500billion Small potatoes.  Trump is angry at Europe and China right now.  He is calling them currency manipulators.  He is calling the kettle black.  But his effect is usually only temporary.
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Greg We
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Trump worries that Fed will raise rates two more times this year, White House official says.President Donald Trump fears the Federal Reserve will follow through on plans to raise interest rates twice more in 2018, a White House aide told CNBC..However, the aide added that Trump is being told the central bank has monetary policy under control and should be given independence in making its decisions.Published 8 Hours Ago  Updated 4 Hours Ago......cnbc
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Fed Chair Powell The Fed Isn’t Selling Any Assets, We Let Them Mature
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Greg We
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Skeptisch haha same thing as selling. Rolling them over would be like buying.  I would love to see him talk about the liquidity problems Central Banks created in the bond markets. An unforseen problem created because of qe. Wild price swings and bigger spreads are possible with liquidity issues.
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Greg We
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Well you can go the Fed's website and look at the assets of the fed by graph, the recent trend is the fed's assets are going down.
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Lawrence Lim
Lawrence Lim Jul 20, 2018 8:18PM ET
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It Was A Field Day SELL SELL SELL.Cheers. .Have A GREAT WEEKEND
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Ali Khan
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buy setup let see what happen
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next target buy
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Darius Ashouri
Darius Ashouri Jul 20, 2018 6:12PM ET
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---> 106.00 :)) ???
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Sky Hoo
Sky Hoo Jul 20, 2018 6:12PM ET
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In your Dream.
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Freddie Manns
Freddie Manns Jul 20, 2018 5:41PM ET
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market seems to be long over the month possibly a rise+ by months end
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Shorty McRibs
Shorty McRibs Jul 20, 2018 5:01PM ET
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very entertaining
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Randy Evans
Randy Evans Jul 20, 2018 5:01PM ET
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Sit back relax and enjoy some barbecue camel mate :)
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Randy Evans Jul 20, 2018 5:01PM ET
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Sit back and relax enjoy some barbecue c@mel
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Ok. Not a big barbecue person
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Durga Naidu
Durga Naidu Jul 20, 2018 4:43PM ET
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Gap down on Monday?
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peter matthew matty
peter matthew matty Jul 20, 2018 4:19PM ET
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An interesting piece to add to your chart analysis - Creating Channels. Look for them over the long term view - they are there.
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Jan Loužil
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peter matthew matty I have read the artical, what does it mean will it go down or up, sorry  I am begiiner
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Jan Loužil
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people were quiet correct with target 111.4, do you thing there will be another bottom or it will go up next week?
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