Posts Tagged ‘EURJPY’

ECB’s Monetary Policy Unchanged; Interest Rates to Stay at Present Levels

by Forex Rooton August 7, 2014 2:05 pm BST
The euro traded at $1.3379 at 12:41 PM GMT time after sliding to $1.3333 yesterday, the weakest level since 8th of Nov. EURUSD was little changed after the ECB kept its monetary policy unchanged while President Mario Draghi said interest rates will stay at present levels for an extended period. The euro-area recovery is moderate […]

EURJPY Slipped to Five Month Low on Russian Sanctions Risk

by Forex Rooton July 17, 2014 9:58 am BST
EURJPY hit a five-month low against on renewed safe-haven inflows as the West imposed further sanctions against Russia, which weighed on global risk sentiment. USDJPY fell 2% percent to 101.45 yen, its lowest since early February. The safe-haven Swiss franc was also firmer, with the dollar down 0.1 percent against the franc at 0.8976 francs. […]

EURJPY Tests 138.00 As Risk Aversion Settles Ahead of BoJ

by Christopher Lemieuxon June 11, 2014 8:55 pm BST
The euro-yen has continued its parabolic descent after failing to gain any momentum above 140.00, as the yen has hit four-month highs ahead of the Bank of Japan (BoJ) monetary statement. Yen futures have come off the session highs but still remain .33 percent to the upside. Pierpoint Securities global strategist Robert Sinche said the […]

Yen Pulls Back on Risk Rebound; EURJPY Pullback Probable Ahead of BOJ Monetary Policy

by Christopher Lemieuxon May 20, 2014 5:23 am BST
The yen seen demand in early trading yesterday on geopolitical tensions, but the safe haven has pulled back from a three-month high against the dollar. Market participants are also citing a worry that the global economic recovery is slowly materializing, which is leaving risk assets in range bound territory. The euro against the dollar and […]