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Weekly Summary

Pound/Dollar sliding down from 1.2752 to 1.2744, losing seven pips (-0.06%).

This in-between state for Pound/Dollar is reflected by market data published as United States Core Durable Goods Orders fall short of the 1.2 projections, with 0.4 and continued its downward trajectory from previous figure of 3.2. United States Initial Jobless Claims fall short of the 840 projections, with 870 and continued its downward trajectory from previous figure of 866.

Meanwhile, mixed performance are seen elsewhere as Pound/Yen gained 0.18% (24 pips), reaching 134.61 levels. Euro/Pound is trading around 0.9125 after starting the session at 0.9153 (down 28 pips).

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Sep. 25, 2020

After starting the day at 105.4, Dollar/Yen crawls to 105.56 (up 15 pips)

(22:12) GMT

USD/JPY rallied 15 pips (0.15%) deep into the session trading at 105.56.

Dollar/Yen green move takes place amid mixed market indicators – Japan CFTC JPY speculative net positions is released with a new figure of 29.6, this is down from preceding data of 22.9. United States Core Durable Goods Orders fall short of the 1.2 projections, with 0.4 and continued its downward trajectory from previous figure of 3.2. United States Initial Jobless Claims fall short of the 840 projections, with 870 and continued its downward trajectory from previous figure of 866.

In the meantime, Euro/Pound is trading around 0.91 after starting the session at 0.92 (down 0 pips). Gold is trading around 1,864.3 after starting the session at 1,877 (down 12.6 dollars).

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Sep. 24, 2020

Dollar/Yen holds at 105.43

(22:12) GMT

After starting the session at 105.33 USD/JPY spiked to 105.44, dropped back to starting point range, and rallied again to 105.43.

This limbo state for Dollar/Yen is reflected by market data published as Japan Services PMI released Wednesday 12:30 AM with a figure of 45.6, this is better from previous number of 45. United States Crude Oil Inventories beats expectations of -2.325 with new data release of -1.639. This is also a step forward from the previous data of -4.389.

Meanwhile, mixed performance are seen elsewhere as Pound/Yen is trading around 134.42 after starting the session at 133.58 (up 0.63%). Swiss franc added 0.3% to its value, now trading at 0.93

Data to be released later might clear up some of the fog for Dollar/Yen as Japan CFTC JPY speculative net positions scheduled for tomorrow at 7:30 PM.

Dollar/Yen social media highlights:

Sep. 23, 2020

Dollar/Yen goes up to 105.34 (a 0.4% gain) after starting the day at 104.92

(22:12) GMT

After starting the day at 104.92 USD/JPY went up to 105.35 only to drop back to starting point range and now trading at 105.34.

Dollar/Yen green move comes while some more encouraging signs are out as Japan Services PMI released today at 12:30 AM with a figure of 45.6, this is better from previous number of 45. United States Crude Oil Inventories beats expectations of -2.325 with new data release of -1.639. This is also a step forward from the previous data of -4.389. Japan Manufacturing PMI released today at 12:30 AM with a figure of 47.3, this is better from previous number of 47.2.

In the meantime, Dollar/Swiss added 0.49% to its value, now trading at 0.92 Euro/Pound is trading around 0.92 after starting the session at 0.92 (down 0 pips).

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Sep. 22, 2020

Yen is trading around 104.98 after starting the day at 104.68 (up 0.29%)

(22:12) GMT

USD/JPY rallied 29 pips (0.29%) deep into the session trading at 104.98.

Dollar/Yen green move comes while some more encouraging signs are out as United States Existing Home Sales beats expectations of six with new data release of six.

On the flip side United States Chicago Fed National Activity (Aug) fall short of the 1.95 projections, with 0.79 and continued its downward trajectory from previous figure of 2.54. United States Richmond Manufacturing Index (Sep) is released with a new figure of 21, this is down from preceding data of 18.

In the meantime, EUR/CAD is trading around 1.56 after starting the session at 1.57 (down 0 pips). Dollar/Swiss gained 0.57%, currently at 0.92

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Sep. 21, 2020

Yen inches to 104.69 (a 0.15% gain) after starting the day at 104.53

(22:12) GMT

Small gain for USD/JPY at 104.69 after ranging today between 104.62 and 104.7.

Yen green move takes place amid mixed market indicators – United States Chicago Fed National Activity (Aug) fall short of the 1.95 projections, with 0.79 and continued its downward trajectory from previous figure of 2.54. United States 6-Month Bill Auction is released with a new figure of 0.105, this is down from preceding data of 0.12.

In the meantime, Pound/Yen is trading around 134.15 after starting the session at 135.06 (down 91 pips). Dollar/Swiss is trading around 0.91 after starting the session at 0.91 (up 0.43%).

Positive Dollar/Yen indicators are expected going forward as United States Existing Home Sales is projected to outperform last figure with six while it previously stood at 5.86, data will be released tomorrow at 2:00 PM.

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