The US dollar recorded a rise against the Japanese yen on Wednesday. The session started at 112.19 and ended at 112.92. After a steady upward movement, the price managed to break the first resistance at 112.90. If the direction of motion continues upward, perhaps there will be an attempt to break the first resistance at 114.30.
Good drop on the USDJPY as the Yen gains ground versus its main counter parts. The USDJPY is still consolidating between the 113.00 level and the 112.00 level, there is no clear trend until it confirms a real breakout of any of those two levels.
The dollar fell against the yen. The USD/JPY fell by 0.08% to 113.65 after the maximum of 114.24 in three weeks, which was fixed on Wednesday. In recent sessions, the dollar received support amid forecasts of tax reform in the US, strengthened after the Senate approved changes in the budget that would allow Republicans to adopt a tax reduction program without the support of the Democratic Party.
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