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USD/JPY : trading at 8 month high

USD/JPY : trading at 8 month high

Information is not investment advice

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Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

EUR/JPY: The pair is trading below the cloud. A downward pressure would lead the pair to exit further the cloud, confirming a bearish outlook.

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Fibonacci Levels

 XAU/USD: Gold facing a further weakness the last hours and trading below 23.6% retracement area. The risk off tone does not help gold.

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US Market View

 U.S. stocks are seen opening mixed Friday, amid cautious trading after the previous session’s sharp drops as investors start to readjust their interest rate expectations. The furious rally in risk assets around the world is taking a well-earned breather on Friday, with emerging market FX, commodities and equities all following the U.S. lower in varying degrees after the spike in U.S. bond yields on Thursday. The 10 year bond yield itself is making an unconvincing recovery, having spiked as high as 1.60% in the wake of a weak Treasury bond auction on Thursday, where the ratio of bids to bonds on sale hit a record low.

From the United States to Germany and Australia, government borrowing costs on Friday were set to end February with their biggest monthly rises in years as expectations for a post-pandemic ignition of inflation gained a life of their own. Australia's 10-year bond yield and Britain's 30-year yields were set for their biggest monthly jump since the 2009 global financial crisis. Long-dated New Zealand yields were flirting with their biggest monthly surge since 1994.

The world's largest economies should continue their rescue and support measures for workers and companies in the COVID-19 pandemic as the recovery is taking longer than initially thought, German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said on Friday.

USA Key Point

  • BOJ purchases ETFs for the first time this month amid market routs.
  • EUR/USD falls to lows for the day as dollar holds firmer on the session.
  • Germany's Spahn supports that 4.5% of German population have received a first vaccination dose.
  • ECB may need to add support if rise in yields hurt growth.
  • AUD/USD extends fall towards 0.7800 as the risk jitters continue to reverberate.

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