USD/JPY in downside consolidation around 104.50, US data, stimulus news eyed

USD/JPY is consolidating the current drop from 104.75 ranges in Thursday’s Asian buying and selling amid a extensively subdued US greenback and blended market sentiment.

The predominant has been intently following the US greenback rate motion and stalls its decline, as the bears take a breather beforehand of a sparkling batch of US financial releases.

The flight in the direction of riskier assets, amid coronavirus vaccine-driven financial optimism and renewed US fiscal stimulus talks, has weighed closely on the safe-haven greenback.

Further, the weak point in the US Treasury yields and combined sentiment on the Asian equities continues the draw back stress intact on the spot.

However, the analysts at UOB Group notice that the in addition draw back appears not likely and the rate should maintain onto its latest trading.

Our expectation for USD to ‘test the 103.70 support’ used to be flawed as it rebounded strongly after touching 103.81. The exceedingly uneven rate moves have resulted in a blended outlook. USD ought to proceed to exchange in a uneven manner, albeit probably inside a greater vary of 104.00/104.50.


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