BoJ Policy Change Reinforced by Japanese CPI

[ad_1] USD/JPY ANALYSIS & TALKING POINTS Japanese inflation keeps pressure on BoJ to shift policy. Strong emphasis on US economic data that includes core PCE. Upside risks remain despite solid start to the week for the yen. Supercharge your trading prowess with an in-depth analysis of the Japanese Yen outlook, offering insights from both fundamental

USD/JPY pair struggles amid BoJ and Fed policy speculation By

[ad_1] © Reuters. The currency pair experienced a pullback during Thursday’s Asian trading session as market participants weighed the prospects of a hawkish turn in the Bank of Japan’s (BoJ) policy against a backdrop of uncertainty regarding future Federal Reserve rate hikes. Despite a brief recovery from its monthly low on Tuesday, the pair failed

USD/JPY will turn decisively lower – ING

[ad_1] Share: Economists at ING analyze USD/JPY outlook for the next year. Big policy changes in Japan can have a big impact on USD/JPY On the subject of carry, lower volatility favours the carry trade and also the yen as a funding currency. However, we have some quite aggressive forecasts for a lower

BoJ Moves Closer to Dismantling Negative Interest Rates

[ad_1] USD/JPY News and Analysis Recommended by Richard Snow Get Your Free JPY Forecast Raised BoJ Inflation Forecasts and Yield Curve Tweaks Lay Groundwork for Policy Pivot Minutes from the BoJ’s October meeting acknowledged that current conditions are making progress towards sustainably achieving the 2% inflation target. The updated October forecast raised the level of

GBP/JPY heading towards 186.00 as dovish BoJ continues to crush the Yen

[ad_1] Share: The GBP/JPY is grinding towards 186.00 as Bank of Japan confirms dovish stance. BoJ to continue massive bond purchases despite new operations. GBP/JPY tips into a fresh 9-week high for Monday. The GBP/JPY continues to climb with the Japanese Yen (JPY) continuing to get pushed into the floorboards by the Bank

USD/JPY could rise further – MUFG

[ad_1] Share: USD/JPY is back below the 150.00 level. Nonetheless, economists at MUFG Bank expect the pair to rise further. Yen sellers will remain reassured until the next BoJ policy meeting in December Rising US interest rates continue to put upward pressure on the USD/JPY.  Concerns about currency intervention by the Japanese authorities