EUR/JPY News, Page 1
- EUR/JPY121.08+0.0350(+0.0289%)22:28:01(GMT)|Real-Time Data, Quoted in JPY
- Day's Range120.78 - 121.47
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Yen – The Currency of Choice in Volatile October
The Fourth Quarter has started in a traditionally volatile mode. Equities are down, Government Bonds and Gold are in demand and in the Forex market it is the Japanese Yen that is benefitting the most. What does the 20-day simple moving average tell us?
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European Equities: The Majors will be at the Mercy of the Oval Office
Can the European majors avoid a sell-off? The futures markets are pointing to a positive open, which is in stark contrast to the U.S futures…
AUD/USD Dips After RBA Minutes Showed “Significant Uncertainties” on the Economic Outlook
According to the minutes, the Monetary Policy Board saw “significant uncertainties” on the economic outlook. It also said it saw scenarios where interest rates could eventually rise, or fall. Additionally, it said the probabilities around these scenarios were more evenly balanced than before.
Draghi Can Break the Euro Trend
Today, in the EU markets’ focus is the ECB meeting, which often causes strong volatility. Mario Draghi is expected to confirm that the Central Bank will finally stop buying assets by the end of this year.
Trade Concerns Resurface, Geopolitics Weigh On Stocks, Trump Pushes Forward With Tariff Plans
US markets were trading lower in early futures action as President Trump indicates he will move forward with plans to raise tariffs. European markets were drifting lower at midday as trade concerns, Brexit uncertainty, and Italian budget issues weigh on sentiment. Asian indices were mixed on Tuesday as trade concerns resurface.
Historical Analysis of Italy and Its Relations with the EU
With Italy frequently dominating the headlines in the recent weeks, it’s a good idea to take a macro look at the Eurozone: its origins, some aspects of its structure, and what dangers it might face in the near future.
China Slips On Export Data, ECB Says Economy Will Stall, FOMC Statement Imminent
The post-election rally stalled in early trading as market participants focus on today’s FOMC policy announcement. Chinese indices slipped on weaker than expected trade surplus data.
A Wild Ride For Asia-Pacific Market, Brexit Deal Reached, US Rebound Advances
European markets were up on stronger than expected earnings. The US equities market was indicated to open higher on Thursday morning.
Can Italy Be the Next Greece?
In order to understand the risks presented by the Italian economy, it is important to recognize why the situation in 2018 is so familiar to what we witnessed in 2011. Can Italy be the next Greece?
Here’s Why You Should Follow the Italian/German Bond Yield Gap?
Italy’s 10-year bonds now yield 3.63%, just 1.02% below Greece. German 10-year yields are 0.54% despite almost doubling this year. How can this spread affect global equity markets?
Core Inflation in the EU: Is It Ever Going to Happen?
One wonders how the Eurozone will achieve higher core inflation if monetary policy slowly tightens and the economic activity slows. Should the Euro appreciate and get back above, say, the 1.20 mark against the greenback, it will be even harder for inflation to accelerate.
The Japanese Yen Loses Its Safe-Haven Status as China-US Trade Conflict Intensifies, Global Stocks Slightly Lower
The consequences of the trade conflict between the US and China threaten to affect the growth of the entire region, which puts pressure on the yen as well. Global stocks trade slightly lower on Monday morning.
“Largest Bilateral Trade Deal Ever” – Trade Deal Between Japan and the European Union Covers 600 Million People
The European Union and Japan signed a historic deal on Tuesday that will remove any tariffs on products they exchange.
Euro Steady Ahead of ECB Meeting Minutes Release
the ECB will be releasing its monetary policy meeting minutes. The minutes cover the June ECB meeting where policymakers announced a taper to the QE program and an exit from QE by December 2018.
Draghi Reiterates Monetary Policy While Emphasizing Importance of Unified European Union
Overall, it was a “cheerleading” speech with Draghi emphasizing the accomplishments of the ECB and the importance of the European Union unifying against the threat of increased protectionism in order to promote economic prosperity.
Draghi Sticks to the Baseline. Cites Risks from Trade, Oil Prices and Market Volatility
The European Central Bank president, Mario Draghi was speaking at the banking conference event in Portugal last week. The main take away from the speech was that the ECB president promised that the ECB would take time to hike interest rates.
ECB Decides Gradual Exit from QE is Best Move
The EUR/USD may be moving lower because the extension of QE and the increased amount of stimulus is essentially bearish for the Euro. However, it is a necessary step in the process to avoid shocking the Euro Zone economy by exiting from stimulus too quickly.