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Hedge funds are already selling yen this week, and positive comments from Yellen could give them an excuse to sell even more.feedback
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Jun 26 2017 Federal Reserve
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Jan 22 2017

Trump hasn't said anything new and hasn't done anything yet, so people wait and see. We have to see what kind of policies he actually follows.feedback

Jan 09 2017

Some Japanese customers are buying on dips with the dollar at the 115 level, but with Trump's speech ahead, some people are taking profits and adjusting their positions. Overall, everyone will just jump on the bandwagon today, after the long weekend.feedback

Dec 30 2016

It's a really thin market today, and suddenly offers disappeared and short-term players pushed the euro higher and took out stops. That's all.feedback

Dec 16 2016

There are some Japanese commercial accounts that were caught by surprise by the dollar's rise after Trump's election, and still have cover their dollar positions, and are now recalculating their internal expectations for dollar/yen for next year.feedback

Dec 15 2016

Toward the year-end, it's 120, here we come!feedback

Dec 13 2016

The big question is, what sort of pace can we expect from the Fed for next year?feedback

Dec 12 2016 - Christmas

There is some profit-taking, particularly by U.S. hedge funds, ahead of the Fed meeting and the upcoming Christmas holiday.feedback

Nov 23 2016 - Interest rates

The economic figures were better than expected, which also pushed up chances of an interest rate hike next month, to nearly 100 percent, with more hikes possible after that.feedback

Nov 23 2016

The market is still short dollars, and Japanese importers are still far behind to cover their exposure, so the downside will be limited even with this unexpected high-speed dollar rise.feedback

Nov 18 2016 - Federal Reserve

Everybody wants to buy the dollar on dips, and is waiting for dips, but there is no dip. The Trump rally can continue, unless some cautious comments come out from the U.S. side.feedback

Nov 09 2016

Even if in the case there is a Clinton comeback and she wins, the market already has reacted to the point where the dollar would have trouble climbing back. It's mostly algo dealing in the market now, with dealers staying out. It's system trading, and it's hard for anyone to catch up.feedback

Nov 08 2016

The dollar/yen is firm, but on the upside, around 105 there are still some Japanese exporter orders.feedback

Oct 28 2016 - Japan

Some people did not want to be short ahead of that, also with the Bank of Japan and Fed meetings next week, and U.S. nonfarm payrolls data one week from today.feedback

Oct 28 2016 - Japan

105 was both a psychological and technical point, and it broke ahead of U.S. GDP later today. Some people did not want to be short ahead of that, also with the Bank of Japan and Fed meetings next week, and U.S. nonfarm payrolls data one week from today.feedback

Oct 28 2016

The UK GDP was higher than expected, which boosted yields, and then higher U.S. yields in turn helped lift the dollar.feedback

Oct 23 2016

We'll probably see narrow range trading today, with an options barrier at 104 yen.feedback

Oct 17 2016

Rangebound trading continues, with the 104 level heavy for the dollar-yen. It's just short-term guys, playing in the market.feedback

Oct 06 2016

Low liquidity amplified the move. People suspect a 'fat finger' triggered stop-loss orders.feedback

Oct 03 2016

I think the Deutsche headline risk is still there. It's not finished yet, with many things yet to be revealed.feedback

Oct 03 2016

Cross your fingers that this rangebound trade continues.feedback

Sep 21 2016

Many people expected the BOJ not to take any action at all, and the yen to strengthen, so we now see many people buying the dollar back.feedback

Sep 06 2016

With the U.S. off on Monday, rangebound trade is likely to continue today, with the dollar's upside against the yen capped for now.feedback

Jul 20 2016

If the BOJ doesn't take any action, the dollar/yen can fall back to 100 again. But now the focus has also shifted to the possibility of a U.S. interest hike.feedback

Jul 07 2016

People are still selling into sterling rallies, whenever it rises on any of the crosses. The BOE might come up with some supportive measures.feedback

Jun 22 2016

Some banks are not in the market today, or they are just in for commercial orders, ahead of the vote, so dollar/yen will be rangebound for a while. Although the odds seem to favour 'Bremain,' it's still 50/50, and no one wants to be caught short either way.feedback

Mar 18 2016

The longer-term picture has changed for the dollar. We think the multi-year bull trend of the dollar has come to an end. So if the range in euro/dollar is broken, it will likely be on the dollar weakness side, in our view.feedback

Mar 18 2016

Short-term speculators are leading the action. They appear to be selling the dollar and Japanese stocks in tandem, trying to probe for a bottom. They are testing to see if the trough of the recent 110-115 yen range can hold.feedback

Feb 15 2016 - Japan

The dollar was already off its lows but Abe reminded markets that intervention is a possibility.feedback

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