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111.88 -0.03    -0.03%
22:51:42 GMT - Real-time Data. ( Disclaimer )
Type: Currency
Group: Major
Base: US Dollar
Second: Japanese Yen
  • Prev. Close: 111.91
  • Bid/Ask: 111.88 / 111.89
  • Day's Range: 111.81 - 111.94
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USD/JPY 111.88 -0.03 -0.03%

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Compare real time USD JPY quotes as offered by major Forex brokers for live and demo accounts. This table shows streaming real-time bid/ask data as well as the current spread and the daily high and low prices.
Broker Bid Ask Spread (*) High Low Time
FXGrow - Live 111.879 111.886 0.7 111.933 111.804 22:51:28
FxNet - Live 111.881 111.884 0.3 111.931 111.804 22:51:39
GO Markets - Live 111.878 111.887 0.9 111.931 111.802 22:51:38
Oanda - Live 111.875 111.890 1.5 111.902 111.797 22:51:41
FXPro - Live 111.874 111.893 1.9 111.923 111.795 22:51:46
Admiral Markets - Live 112.527 112.556 2.9 113.571 112.257 14/07
Avatrade - Live 100.186 100.201 1.5 100.377 99.934 23/08
DF Markets - Live 111.865 111.895 3.0 112.411 111.476 22:51:38
Exness - Live 102.364 102.378 1.4 102.595 101.408 08/09
Forex.com - Live 100.184 100.201 1.7 100.376 99.934 23/08
ForexClub - Live 111.877 111.888 1.1 111.927 111.799 22:51:39
FXCM - Live 100.191 100.194 0.3 100.388 99.938 23/08
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Peps do you see a h1 wedge
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So all central banks want to devalue their currency. Take a leaf out of UK and US politics. Put a right wing fossil in charge
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UMMM the U.S. keeps raising interest rates.   So your statement is false.
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A currency change in the future wouldn't surprise me..nothing would
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