Today's All Things Forex Broadcast: What's Next For The JPY After The BoJ Decision?

Dec. 20, 2012 11:58 AM ET
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In the broadcast today: What's Next for the JPY after the BoJ Decision? Following the Japanese election and the Bank of Japan's monetary policy decision, we explore what the future might have in store for the yen which is on track to end the year as the worst performer among the currencies of developed nations, we analyze the latest trend developments in the USD/JPY currency pair, we examine the bullish breakout in the EUR/USD pair, we note the test of the 2012 high for the GBP/USD exchange rate, we highlight the market's reaction to the Bank of Japan interest rate announcement, the U.K. Retail Sales, the U.S. GDP and Existing Home Sales, we discuss new forecasts from Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UBS, and prepare for the trading session ahead.

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