EUR/JPY — News Archive

Yen Drops as BoJ Keeps Stimulus Unchanged

The Japanese yen dropped after the Bank of Japan decided to keep its unprecedented monetary stimulus at today’s policy meeting. The currency trimmed its losses later but still trades below the opening level.

Euro Continues to Drop on Expectations of More Easing

There are expectations of more easing early in the coming year, and that is sending the euro lower today. Expectations that the ECB will have to take more steps to support the eurozone economy are being priced into the market right now.

Euro’s Performance Resumes Downward Trend

Earlier, the euro saw some gains against its major counterparts. Right now, though, the euro is resuming its downward trend, losing ground to most of its major counterparts. Concern about the euro, and policy divergence, are weighing on the 18-nation currency.

Euro Mostly Lower Against Major Counterparts on Greece

Euro is mostly lower against its major counterparts today, thanks to expectations of future weakness, along with another drop in gold prices. One of the biggest reasons that euro weakness is becoming an issue again is the fact that there are rumblings in Greece. And, of course, it doesn’t help that risk appetite is once again becoming an issue.

Yen Gains After Abe Wins Elections

The Japanese yen rose against other majors today, though the currency retraced its gains versus the US dollar as of now. The rally followed the victory of Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in the snap elections over the weekend.

Euro Gets a Temporary Boost

Euro is heading higher today, gaining ground against most of its major counterparts, as commodities gain and as Forex traders consolidate previous positions.

Yen Bounces from Multi-Year Lows

The Japanese yen bounced from multi-year lows today as the nation’s current account demonstrated a surplus that was about two times as big as forecasters have predicted. The currency managed to rally even as Japan’s economy continued to decline.

Euro Ends Week with Losses vs. Dollar, Mixed Against Other Currencies

The euro demonstrated big losses against the US dollar this week, falling to the lowest level in more than two years. The euro’s performance against other currencies was mixed: the shared 18-nation currency ended the week lower against the Great Britain pound, flat versus the Australian dollar while against the Japanese yen, the euro reached a new multi-year high.

Yen Continues to Weaken Against Other Currencies

Yen continues to weaken against its major counterparts, falling lower on comments about inflation. It’s also not helping today that there seems to be a degree of risk appetite that means a lower yen in general.

Euro Falls Across the Board Ahead of ECB

Speculation is running high that the ECB will announce more easing actions after its policy meeting tomorrow. As a result of poor economic data, the euro is at its weakest in more than 24 months, and many expect more weakness from the 18-nation currency.

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