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USD/JPY Attempts a Bullish Daily Breakout

The EUR/USD has retraced off of its yearly highs, which were put in place in early trading at the conclusion of the 2017 French presidential election. As seen on the daily graph above, this retracement may allow traders to plan ...

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USD/JPY touches 113 as USD preserves strength

After falling to a daily low at 112.40 in the late Asian session on improved risk sentiment, the USD/JPY pair reversed course and moved to the positive area and is now hanging around the 113 neighborhood as the greenback remains ...

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USD/JPY: neutral, upward momentum well-limited

The USD/JPY pair hovers around Friday’s close, having failed to surpass the 113.00 level at the beginning of the day amid a soft tone in yields, as despite Asian shares managed to advance, European ones struggle to hold the green ...

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USD/JPY likely to close 2017 at 117, says Scotiabank

The Japanese yen (JPY) continues to reflect shifts in global investor sentiment and relative monetary policies. Perceptions of Japan’s sovereign creditworthiness have improved. During the end of April, Fitch Ratings revised the outlook on Japan’s “A …

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USD/JPY Analysis: To preserve the channel pattern

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USD/JPY drops in tandem with T-yields, 112.50 tested

The USD/JPY pair failed once again near 113 handle and consolidated in a 30-pips narrow range almost throughout the Asian session, before meeting fresh offers post-European open, which sent the rate sharply lower for a test of 112.50 level. The ...

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