Yen Pairs To Watch Right Now- USDJPY, CADJPY, GBPJPY
The yen has been the most volatile across the board all day, and there a few reasons why. It seems that investors are more hesitant on the Japanese economy now that stricter monetary policy seems to be more prevalent in other countries more so than in Japan. The economy is expected to continue recovering, but it will do so at a slower pace. Super loose monetary policy for the past decade is likely to continue this year causing the yen will be consistently out of favor. Having said that, here are some yen pairs to watch on this wild trading day.
Bullish potential still seems probable for these three pairs right now although COT is buying up lots of futures contracts on the yen. However, the persistent easing drives investors away from the yen and brings them towards stronger currencies that plan to tighten monetary policy this year.
Yen Pairs To Watch
USDJPY (Dollar Yen)
Dollar yen had a strong day as the pair flew up to the highs of 116.300s before taking a minor retrace on the 4H. Although the previous candle showed rejection from the lows, we still might see a further move downward to support which lies around 115.500s. UJ is now at the levels not seen since January of 2017.
Driven by higher oil prices and bond yields, the loonie gained more demand over the yen in late December. Price crossed above resistance at 91.186, but it hasn't closed above. Also, two trend lines look noticeable on the 1D timeframe, and price has broken above one of them.
GBPJPY (Pound Yen)
Across the pond, pound pairs are in a similar boat as the dollar with the expectation of higher rates going forward. This factor is helping to drive price up closer to highs around 158.239. A trend line formed on the 4H where the pair has respected that level twice. Support lies around 156.000 and 154.746 just below.
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