March 12th, 2012 23:39:58 GMT.

JPY crosses on rise into Tokyo open


Yesterday Tokyo sold the Yen crosses first up, today its the other side; I guess the coin toss must’ve come up heads The BOJ statement is the main event today and any hint of an expansion of recent asset buying … Continue reading


March 12th, 2012 01:34:42 GMT.

Yen crosses continue to ease lower


The selling in pairs like EUR/JPY hasn’t eased at all and we are now trading at session lows near 107.55 after earlier highs at 108.25. There has been no major news out to affect this cross, so it is probably … Continue reading


March 7th, 2012 04:11:34 GMT.

Yen crosses edging lower again


The market still seems to be a bit long on the Yen crosses and with regional bourses lower by around 0.75% on average, risk sentiment is soggy enough to cause a bit of angst amongst the Yen bears. Not much … Continue reading


February 20th, 2012 02:53:12 GMT.

NOK/JPY: Flavour of the month


Iranian tensions continue to bolster the oil price and any rise in oil prices is usually Yen-negative and positive for any oil producing countries. If the oil-producer also happens to┬áhave a AAA+ rating, then that’s even more positive. Hence the … Continue reading


January 10th, 2012 01:02:32 GMT.

Yen crosses slip back after Tokyo Fix


Usual rules apply, buy the pairs up to set a higher Fix and then pairs fall back once fixing is complete. No sign of any comments/actions from MOF/BOJ so those hoping for intervention will probably be disappointed for the 100th … Continue reading


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