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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 9:58 GMT
    Elizabeth Missfeld Elizabeth Missfeld
    FX Product Manager / Saxo Bank
    The weaker USD now pushing USDJPY down through the 102.30 lvl here. First lvl of demand Im expecting just below 102. On the top side still short term supply around 102.70.
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    Ken Veksler Ken Veksler
    FWIW, the move in USDJPY unrelated to a weaker USD, rather a one off large LHS flow from a certain French bank hunting and hitting stops in...
    Elizabeth Missfeld Elizabeth Missfeld
    Thanks Ken. GBPJPY also approaching interesting area here (171.50s), with Cable flirting with 1.68Fig. I see at least 50pips tech room in GBPJPY, where Cable would need...
    Ken Veksler Ken Veksler
    On Cable, model funds are looking for a 1.6745 break to open fresh shorts and induce a much needed downside cleanout in Betty,
  • 15h
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    we have move stop to our entry at 172.58
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    UPDATE (11:05) - Continued selling from our entry (172.58) has resulted in GBPJPY reaching the 1st target of 171.65. We look to lower stop to 172.10 on...
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 6:50 GMT
    trends2trade trends2trade
    Senior Analyst /
    Our members knew exactly what to expect, Pure technicals, Our work speak for itself so I leave the details to so called profs.
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  • 17h
    lum lum
    Pdf is missing!
    Clare MacCarthy Clare MacCarthy
    Thanks Ium - fixed now :-)
  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 5:32 GMT

    Is the yen losing its safe-haven status?

    The Japanese yen's safe-haven status may be in jeopardy as rising import costs continue to weigh on the country's export sector and eat into its current account, analysts say.
    "As Japan's current account condition continues to deteriorate, the yen's function as a safe-haven harbour may come into question," said Boris Schlossberg, currency analyst at BK Asset Management.
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