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111.47 -0.99    -0.88%
20/07 - Closed. ( Disclaimer )
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%

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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
Admiral Markets - Live 111.447 111.488 4.1 112.620 111.378 20/07
Avatrade - Live 111.437 111.457 2.0 112.614 111.379 20/07
DF Markets - Live 111.501 111.515 1.4 112.608 111.391 20/07
Exness - Live 102.364 102.378 1.4 102.595 101.408 08/09
FBS - Live 111.362 111.462 10.6 112.622 111.362 20/07
Forex.com - Live 111.377 111.457 8.0 112.614 111.377 20/07
ForexClub - Live 111.447 111.479 3.2 112.623 111.381 20/07
FXCM - Live 111.444 111.451 0.7 112.623 111.383 20/07
FXGrow - Live 111.436 111.493 5.7 112.619 111.378 20/07
FxNet - Live 110.833 110.837 0.4 111.192 110.621 24/07
FXPro - Live 111.458 111.472 1.4 112.612 111.375 20/07
GO Markets - Live 111.443 111.487 4.4 112.622 111.383 20/07
Markets.com - Live 111.434 111.464 3.0 112.609 111.373 20/07
Oanda - Live 111.394 111.474 8.0 112.497 111.375 20/07
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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It Was A Field Day SELL SELL SELL.Cheers. .Have A GREAT WEEKEND
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buy setup let see what happen
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next target buy
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Darius Ashouri
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---> 106.00 :)) ???
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In your Dream.
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Freddie Manns
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market seems to be long over the month possibly a rise+ by months end
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very entertaining
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Randy Evans
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Sit back relax and enjoy some barbecue camel mate :)
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Sit back and relax enjoy some barbecue c@mel
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Gap down on Monday?
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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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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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i sure miss my little trading family:) hope to see you next week, everyone have a wonderful weekend it time for a cold drink! :)
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Surianath Selvanayagam 12 hours ago
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If it touches 111.44 and goes a little below , it’s going to go down again
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Dražen Penzer
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Lol. Not yet.
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jeannie frix
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https://prntscr.com/k8zzce    well this is what i have been doing but im out now, waiting for clear direction to plan my next trade, i will post it when i decide
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Nice chart i have been following you and Greg
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bahahahahah the forums on crack im replying to everyone except who im talking too, i love it lol
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hello momma :)
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jeannie frix
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Cuong Nguyen Orvn damnit lol it did it again this persons gonna think hes my sweetie hahahaha
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Darius Ashouri
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hahahahah
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Hi frix,,new ;beach look for the summer :):)
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@FrixI was replying to you ..as always enjoy.have a nice wk end :)
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Cuong Nguyen Orvn lol it did that to me too i replied to skeppy and it came up someone else lmao guess the forum is ready for the weekend too
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Cuong Nguyen Orvn bahahahhaha it just did it again
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jeannie frix
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hope everyone has had a wonderful week trading and grabbed many many pips :)
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Skeptisch ok that was wierd i replied to you it it came up someone else lmao
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Nice, better than trading. Kids are our future . I‘m healthy and profitable so far. Thanks
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Skeptisch yes they have been alot of fun, had some swing trades going but nothing to big, i hope to get back to it next week or so....im glad your doing well :)
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Not bear yet. Buying is still strong. Still risk in both direction. At this point, you can make or loose lots of money. Watch for opportunity to enter on buying or selling.
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risk in both directions, great ! what an advice ! we couldn't have guessed it alone
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Sky Hoo
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Lol, higher risk, higher return. All on you. No one know which direction. If they tell you, it is not supporting true direction. You right, we on our own risk.
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Good luck to everyone. I m on sell now, but don't feel it is right. But sell very little, my lost is limited. On my own risk.
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En Wolf
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Yes bears cme n hit my tp 111.4
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Nice. Happy for you. Enjoy your blue pips and don‘t give it back :). I‘m still holding but I have to close due to the weekend. Monday is another day. The
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Yas Khan
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110.7 and then 114
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Jawad Mahsud
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No dear if 110.70 then next target will be 108
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Sky Hoo
Sky Hoo 13 hours ago
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You guy is terrible. How do u know is 114 or 108. Nothing is supporting that. Have to wait next week in order to know which detection. Dont fight, many people are using it to help them to trade. If you can't help, let other people help
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Well what i know. Now trading is highly risk. No point of direction. In theory, it is going down. But lots of things is support usd. Buying or selling is your own risk. Don't ask others go with your risk. My advise is watch for opportunity to enter
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U guys still think its going to 114!?
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En Wolf
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Next month mybe
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