GBP/JPY News, Page 1
- GBP/JPY140.14-0.3280(-0.2335%)02:19:39(GMT)|Real-Time Data, Quoted in JPY
- Day's Range139.48 - 140.53
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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?
Sterling and the New Season – The Trends Remain
UK PM Johnson is to prorogue (suspend) Parliament next week, only 9 weeks before Brexit is due. The Queen’s Speech will be on 14 October and will outline his “very exciting agenda”. It will also mean very little Parliamentary time for the opponents of a No-Deal Brexit to organize. The
Asia Surges On Thawing Trade Tension, EU Up But Brexit Concerns In Focus, US Market Cheers Trade News
Indices across Asia surged on signs of thawing trading tensions between the US and China. US markets were up an average 1.0% in early Wednesday pre-opening trading. In the UK new developments in the Brexit dealings have traders wary.
The UK’s Tedious Path Toward March 2019
One of the very real implications of Brexit has become clear as a growing list of investment banks have announced plans to move as much as $280 billion in assets from London to Frankfurt.
Asia Up Despite Nissan Bombshell, Brexit Hopes Lift UK, Trump Ready To Deal
The US equity market was indicated to open with a small loss in early Monday. EU indices were flat to up at midday as Brexit hopes to provide support. Asian market was mostly higher despite a bombshell allegation against Nissan Chairperson Carlos Ghosn.
UK Down On Brexit Woe, Pound Sinks, Asian Up On Brexit Hope, US Dollar Moves Higher
The Brexit news had a negative impact on the pound, the US futures market was indicating a positive open for equity indices in the early hours of the morning.
Short Seller Steve Eisman Selling Two U.K Bank Stocks On Brexit Standoff
Five months to the deadline, Britain is yet to reach a deal with the European Union on how to go about Brexit. Steve Eisman believes that now is the right time to short two U.K banks as expectations of the U.K leaving Europe without a deal soars.
GBP Way for the Upcoming Days
Traders are waiting for the Super Thursday. The Bank of England will release the interest rate. Of course, the market doesn’t anticipate any changes to the rate, however, it will try to catch the mood of the central bank. If the BOE is optimistic, the GBP will be supported.
The Big Short – Is It Coming Now?
Analysts looking for key drivers over the near-term that will ultimately decide the fate of a number of currencies, economies and ultimately whether a new crisis dawns.
British Pound Steady on EU Offer to Renegotiate Brexit, Global Stocks Retreat
The British Pound performed its sharpest strengthening in 7 months on the softening tone of the EU in the negotiations about Brexit. China pulls down global stocks.
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.
UK Inflation Eases, Pound Continues to Fall on Disappointing Retail Sales
The UK’s retail sales figures dropped unexpectedly in June. Sales declined by 0.5% in June compared to a growth of 1.4% in May. YoY Retail sales grew by 2.9, below analysts expectation of 3.7%. Pound hits a 10-month low near 1.30 versus the US dollar.
Pound Falls on Brexit Concerns, UK Inflation Rate Hike in Doubt after Inflation Data
The British Pound continues its fall on Wednesday morning, trading at 1.3087, down 0.18%. The pound falls on reports that Theresa May could face a defeat on the latest Brexit Vote.
“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.
UK Politics in Turmoil, What’s Next?
It’s been a very lively and busy few days in the UK. There are many scenarios and opinions flying about at the moment, but what do we make of the current situation? Let’s take a step back and look at the facts.
The Pound Continues to Weaken as UK Political Uncertainty Prevails, Global Stocks Rise
Cable (GBPUSD) took a hit yesterday as Boris Johnson resigned from the Cabinet following the earlier decision by David Davis to part ways with his post as Brexit Secretary. Global stocks rise on Tuesday morning ahead of US earnings season.
Pound Rises after Three UK Government Ministers Resign over the Latest Brexit Proposals
The full impact of the move has yet to be priced in with the possibility that PM May now places a more “enthusiastic believer” in the role which could result in a shift in Brexit negotiations going forward.
UK Final GDP Revision to Stay Unchanged
The U.S. dollar was seen holding its ground across some of the currency pairs despite the U.S. first-quarter GDP report showing a downside revision. Data from the Commerce Department showed that the first quarter GDP in the U.S. increased at a pace of 2.0% compared to the previous estimates that