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Is USD/JPY Overvalued By As Much As 25%?

A quick glance at the Daily chart for USD/JPY is quite an illuminating experience. In what has to be one of the most gradual declines in recent times, since May it has gauged deep troughs only to respond quickly to ...

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USD/JPY tumbles to lows near 111.70

The Japanese currency is trading on a firm note vs. its American counterpart at the beginning of the week, dragging USD/JPY to daily lows in the 111.70 region. USD/JPY vigilant on USTs The pair is navigating a narrow range so ...

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USD/JPY – Vols near 6-week low despite election risk

USD/JPY one-month at-the-money (ATM) option volatility remains around 6-week lows, although Japanese election risk could be limiting the losses. The volatility topped out at 10.10 following the Abe’e election announcement on Sept. 25. In the subsequent … Read Full Story ...

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USD/JPY Melting Down

The USD/JPY dropped significantly today and resumed the downside movement. I’ve said in the previous days that the rate is somehow expected to drop further even if the Nikkei stock index has rallied and has reached fresh new highs today. ...

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USD/JPY: bearish breakout underway

The USD/JPY pair broke its last 3-week range to the downside, plummeting to 111.68, its lowest since September 26th, after softer-than-expected US inflation and retail sales numbers. US inflation rose by less-than-expected in September, up by 0.5% after … Read ...

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