The US dollar recorded a decline against the Japanese yen on Thursday. The session started at 112.81 and the price managed to double the resistance at 112.90. After all, the dollar ended at 112.33 and in case the price continued to fall, the dollar would head to the first support at 110.90.
The US dollar was up against the Japanese yen on Friday. By the close of US trading, USD / JPY was trading at 112.50, adding 0.18%. I believe that the support is now located at around 111.47, Monday's low, and resistance is likely at 113.27 - the maximum of Wednesday.
On Monday, the currency pair dollar/yen recorded a volatile session. The day was opened at 112.62, and at the end of the day the pair reached 112.75. The rate repeatedly resisted the resistance at 112.90, but failed to establish itself above it. This brought a peak for the bulls at 113.05, and the bears only reached the bottom at 112.44.
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