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Luca Santos, Technical Analyst at ACY Securities, brings breaking news in the trading world regarding the sudden plummet of USD/JPY. In a rapid 100-pip downward movement observed overnight, Santos delves into the underlying reasons behind this significant decline.
As the trading week comes to a close, the anticipation of the Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP) report looms large. Today, I delve into the importance of understanding market indicators and their profound impact on trading strategies, especially on a day like NFP day.
The Dollar plummeted against the Japanese Yen to 143.45 in late New York after the Bank of Japan signaled that it would scrap its negative interest rate regime this month. The Japanese currency strengthened against all Rivals but most against the US Dollar. A popular gauge of the Greenback’s value against a basket of 6 major currencies, the Dollar Index (DXY) fell to 103.55 from 104.05 yesterday.
Pound up 0.2%, Bitcoin down 0.9%, Oil rises 0.1%, Aussie dollar gains 0.7%. Dogecoin surges 15%, European shares fall, China's oil imports drop 99.2%. Key data: US Payrolls, UK GBP positions, Germany Price Index, Eurozone EFIN, Japan Survey, UK Inflation.
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The Bank of Canada's final policy update for 2023, as reported by Bloomberg, had a relatively muted impact on the performance of the Canadian dollar, particularly when compared to previous instances of BoC policy decisions throughout the year.
The recent surge in the strength of the yen has led to a noteworthy decline in the USD/JPY pair, breaching the crucial 146.00-level and breaking below the support established by the low on December 4th, recorded at 146.23.
The Japanese Yen staged a robust rally in the previous session, leading to a substantial 2% drop in the USD/JPY pair overnight. This surge in the Yen's value was significantly influenced by statements from BoJ Governor Kazuo Ueda following discussions with the Japanese Prime Minister.
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BoJ Governor Ueda discusses options after ending negative rates - Yen rallies as speculation for BoJ pivot intensifies - Dollar defies weak labor market data again - Wall Street slips, oil falls 4% on gasoline stock build
What a week it's been for gold! We witnessed a break, a false one as it turned out, above the crucial 2074 monthly high—a level that's held its ground multiple times over the last few years. Some might even refer to it as the "COVID-peak" or the "Putin-peak."
The recent Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decision to maintain its interest rates at 4.35% has caused a ripple effect in market expectations. This stance has led to a significant shift in how currency markets, particularly in the Eurozone, are navigating amidst global factors, such as weakened inflation data in Europe.
The recent rebound of the US dollar over the past four trading days serves as a reminder that foreign exchange rates are relative, influenced by various factors. Although there's compelling evidence suggesting that the Federal Reserve's tightening cycle has concluded and the labour market may be slowing, similar indicators are emerging elsewhere.
US job openings fall to lowest in more than 2-1/2 years - Treasury yields slide, but dollar extends recovery - Schnabel points to end of ECB’s tightening crusade - Gold becomes attractive again after hitting $2,010