QUOTE AND NEWS
Benzinga  Mar 28  Comment 
Dollar rallies likely to be short-lived as markets see slower Fed rate hikes. Previous day's gravestone doji-like pattern and bearish momentum studies indicate bears are in control. Having created a bullish outside day candle on Monday,...
Benzinga  Mar 19  Comment 
The USD/JPY pair could test 105.00 levels this week, the daily relative strength index (RSI) indicates and looks set to break lower irrespective of the tone of the Fed policy. The 14-day RSI has breached the ascending trendline and is now...
Benzinga  Mar 6  Comment 
The daily RSI shows bullish trend reversal.  Still too early to call a bottom as the key descending trendline hurdle is intact.  Further, USD/JPY is at the mercy of the US stocks.  The 300-point rally in the Dow lifted the...
Benzinga  Mar 6  Comment 
The US ADP Non-Farm Payrolls moves the markets and serves as a hint toward the official Non-Farm Payrolls. The USD/JPY is capped by a downtrend resistance line. The Market Impact Tool shows trading opportunities on the USD/JPY around...
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 6  Comment 
Dollar/yen recovers from 16-month low set last week
Benzinga  Mar 5  Comment 
The USD/JPY pair closed last month at 106.66, confirming a long-term bullish-to-bearish trend change. The monthly chart shows the could drop to 100-month moving average (MA) of 99.38 in the next 6 months. Monthly chart The bearish...
Benzinga  Feb 28  Comment 
The USD/JPY pair rose to a high of 107.68 in the US session yesterday as the hawkish comments from Fed Chief Jerome Powell triggered a sudden repricing of interest rate risk. However, the US equities again responded negatively to increased odds...
Benzinga  Feb 27  Comment 
The USD/JPY pair is stuck in a narrowing price range, but a breakout/breakdown could happen today post-Powell's testimony. 4-hour chart The above chart shows- Symmetrical triangle (series of lower highs and higher...
Benzinga  Feb 26  Comment 
The USD/JPY pair is down more than 5 percent from the January high of 113.39 and looks set to extend the drop further toward 103-102 as the bears are at their strongest in two years according to the Bollinger band study. Weekly...
Benzinga  Feb 21  Comment 
USD/JPY recovery seems to have gathered pace, tracking the rising yields, but the bullish reversal is still not confirmed, indicates technical charts. Having bottomed out at 105.55 on Friday, the pair is now trading at 107.75. Despite the 2.08...




 

The USD/JPY currency pair specifies how many Japanese Yen are needed to purchase 1 U.S. Dollar. In other words, the value of this currency pair is quoted as 1 U.S. Dollar per x Japanese Yen.

Trading the USD/JPY currency pair is also known as trading the "ninja". Some sources will also refer to USD/JPY as the gopher, though this is more commonly the name given to the GBP/JPY pair.

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