CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 79% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 84% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

USDJPY

Market Opportunities - 03/06/2022

03 June, 2022

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USDJPY Weekly uptrend opportunity based on 1 Lot Calculation:

  • EVENT: Friday, June 10 at 13:30 GMT+1 – US Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures for May. It is expected that headline inflation posted 8.1% in May, down from 8.3% in April. Even if inflation eases, which may (not) be the case, it is still extremely high above the Fed’s 2% target level.

  • Lael Brainard, the vice chair of the US Federal Reserve, said yesterday that “right now it is very hard to see the case for a pause” when it comes to interest rate hikes and that another big rate increase in September might be appropriate if inflation did not moderate.

  • Japan's current-account (surplus), as the main driver for the traditional Japanese currency appeal as a safe haven currency, deteriorated because of high oil prices, while the Japanese GDP contracted in the first quarter according to the preliminary data released in the second half of May.

  • Rising US government bond yields push the dollar against the yen higher with the 10-year bond yield again above the 2.9% level.

USDJPY, June 3, 2022
Current Price: 129.90

USD/JPY

Weekly

Trend Direction

UP

Resistance 3

132.70

Resistance 2

132.20

Resistance 1

131.70

Support 1

128.10

Support 2

127.60

Support 3

127.10

Example of calculation based on weekly trend direction for 1 Lot1

Pivot Points

Resistance 3

Resistance 2

Resistance 1

Support 1

Support 2

Support 3

Profit or loss Short in $

2,156

1,771

1,386

-1,386

-1,771

-2,156

Profit or loss Short in €2

2,007

1,649

1,290

-1,290

-1,649

-2,007

Profit or loss Short in £2

1,715

1,409

1,103

-1,103

-1,409

-1,715

Profit or loss Short in C$2

2,709

2,226

1,742

-1,742

-2,226

-2,709

1. 1 lot is equivalent of 100,000 units
2. Calculations for exchange rate used as of 10:20 (GMT+1) 3/6/2022

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