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USD/JPY - Yen is one of the most traded currencies in the world, especially due to its low interest rate since the Yen is used in carry trades. Recently the Bank of Japan has expanded their purchase of Yen, hoping to overturn the deflation tide to inflation. Doubling this money supply is devaluing the Yen, boosting exports; but, increasing prices of imports at the same time, especially for commodities.


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Weekly US Dollar and Japanese yen Trading Forecast

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USD/JPY Support & Resistance

W - Weak | M - Moderate | S - Strong
Symbol Trend Volatility Analysis / Chart
S1: 118.93W
S2: 118.20M
S3: 117.30M
R3: 121.84S
R2: 120.82S
R1: 119.66W
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Fri, 27 Mar 2015 07:12:00 GMT

USD/JPY Pivot Points

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USD/JPY Holds 118.20 Support Ahead of Fed Rhetoric, NFP Report
The fundamental developments coming out of the U.S. economy may continue to undermine the long-term bullish outlook for USD/JPY as recent headlines point to a growing dissent with...
USD/JPY Technical Analysis: Trying to Break Below 119.00
One-sided Sentiment Points to Dollar Weakness, Yen Strength
A recent shift towards retail FX crowd buying acts as contrarian signal that the USDJPY may continue lower.
USD/JPY Technical Analysis: Sellers Clear Path Sub-119.00
USD/JPY Fails to Hold Post-FOMC Low- 118.20 Up Next?
The failure to hold the low following the FOMC meeting may spur a further decline in USD/JPY especially as the bearish RSI momentum takes shape.

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Date Time Currency Event Importance Actual Forecast Previous Notes
Mar 30
USD Personal Consumption Expenditure Core (YoY) (FEB) 1.3%
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USD Consumer Confidence (MAR) 96.3 96.4
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USD ISM Manufacturing (MAR) 52.5 52.9
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USD Change in Non-farm Payrolls (MAR) 250K 295K
USD Unemployment Rate (MAR) 5.5% 5.5%