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Japan Stocks Fall, Yen Rises After Greece Votes No to Austerity
Japanese stocks fell as the yen strengthened after Greek voters rejected austerity demanded by creditors, endangering the nation's future in the euro zone.
Greece 'No' Vote Hits Japan, Nikkei  Wall Street Journal (blog)
USD/JPY: Japanese Yen Extends Its Gains This Morning
In the Asian session, at GMT0300, the pair is trading at 122.52, with the USD trading 0.21% lower from Friday's close. Early this morning, the BoJ Governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, reiterated that the central bank will continue its quantitative and ...
Where Is The Yen Going From Here?
In my last Japanese yen update in May, I showed that the yen had experienced a technical breakdown from what appeared to be a wedge pattern - a common chart formation that often leads to further moves in the direction of the primary trend.
Expect Japanese Yen to trade higher: Angel
The Japanese Yen depreciated marginally by 0.09 percent yesterday owing to disappointing release of US employment data that dented expectations of an early rate hike in 2015 by the Federal Reserve thereby weakening the demand for the greenback.
Greek crisis raises demand for yen to bet on  Economic Times
Opinion: China's central bank feels the heat from falling Japanese yen
Now, some analysts are warning that the yen is ready to fall even further and ignite a fresh round of currency wars. According to strategist Albert Edwards at Soci�t� G�n�rale, the yen has broken through key 30-year technical support, and its next stop ...
Yen is running out of wiggle room
The yen is by far the weakest of the major currencies on purchasing power parity - broadly speaking, how much stuff can be bought with the currency.
Yen Gains on Uncertainty About Greece -- Update  Capital.gr (press release)
Asia Pacific Market: Stocks up on bargain buying  Business Standard
Dollar May Lose Further versus Japanese Yen
USDJPY - The ratio of long to short positions in the USDJPY stands at 1.55 as 61% of traders are long. Yesterday the ratio was 1.32; 57% of open positions were long.
The yen just exploded upward after Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda ...
Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda just sent markets into a tailspin after dropping strong suggestions that the yen shouldn't weaken much further against the dollar. According to Reuters, Kuroda said Japan's real effective exchange rate was "very ...
Kuroda remarks spark sharp yen rally  Financial Times
Yen surges after Bank of Japan comments  Sky News Australia
Japanese Yen Unlikely to Break Out Until Greece Moves
The Japanese Yen finished the week modestly higher versus the recently-downtrodden US Dollar, but the lack of a clear breakthrough from a highly-anticipated US Federal Reserve meeting and a lackluster Bank of Japan decision give few clues on next ...
Reasons For Japanese Yen Weakness
The Japanese yen is weakening as inflation measures decline, alongside slowing consumer spending. The Japanese yen is represented by CurrencyShares Japanese Yen Trust (NYSEARCA:FXY). In May, the inflation figure came in at an annual pace of ...