The best weekly performance of the yen in 2009 has a greater impact on the outlook for interest rate

The yen potential created in 2009 to the best single week U.S. interest rate outlook greater impact on U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes Sina warrants stocks News 5 pm Beijing time, Bloomberg said, investors worried about slowing global economic growth under the background of the yen against the dollar at six years the biggest weekly gain. Traders lowered expectations on whether the Fed will raise interest rates this year, and Japan’s impact on negative interest rates is relatively small. The Central Bank of Japan unexpectedly decided last week to charge the bank for excess reserves in the central bank, and the yen fell against the dollar, but now it has completely recovered its lost territory. The possibility of interest rate rises in the United States is declining, and the market assumes that the Fed will not be able to tighten monetary policy further in the context of global market turmoil. Despite the ECB’s reassessment of its policy stance, the euro is expected to be the biggest weekly gain since 2011. "There is a part of the appreciation of the yen is widespread in the market risk aversion caused, but this time, the factors from the dollar played a greater role in them," Barclays in Tokyo foreign exchange strategy division Dama Ichiro said. "There are questions about the efficiency and space of the European and Japanese Central Bank easing policies," he said." The yen was stronger than other major currencies this week, rising by 3.7% against the dollar, the biggest increase since July 2009. Tokyo time 12:29, the yen against the U.S. dollar reported 1 U.S. dollars against 116.85 yen, compared with the New York exchange rate of 116.78 yen, little change. In January 29th, after the BoJ’s policy decision was launched, the yen fell to 121.69 yen against the U.S. dollar to 1 yen. Japan’s benchmark 10 year treasury bond yields continued to slide this week, hitting a record low of 0.035% on Friday. The euro fell 0.1% to $1.1194 against the dollar, which is expected to rise by 3.3% since January 29th. (source: Bloomberg) editor in chief: Ji Yan

日元势创2009年来最佳单周表现 美国利率前景影响更大 美股行情中心:独家提供全美股行业板块、盘前盘后、ETF、权证实时行情   新浪美股讯 北京时间5日下午彭博称,在投资者担心全球经济增长放缓的背景下,日元兑美元势将创出六年多来最大单周涨幅。交易员下调对美联储今年会否加息的预期,日本实施负利率的影响相对变得较小。   日本央行上周出人意料地决定对银行存放在央行的超额准备金收费后,日元兑美元走低,但如今已经彻底收复失地。美国加息可能性正在减退,市场推测,在全球市场动荡的背景下,美联储不可能进一步收紧货币政策。尽管欧洲央行重新评估自己的政策立场,但欧元料将创下2011年以来的最大单周涨幅。   “日元升值有一部分是市场上普遍存在的避险情绪造成的,但这一次,来自美元方面的因素在其中发挥了更大作用,”巴克莱驻东京外汇策略师门田真一郎说。“人们对于欧洲和日本央行宽松政策的效率和加码空间存在疑问。”   日元本周的表现强于其他主要货币,兑美元飙升3.7%,创出2009年7月以来最大升幅。东京时间12:29,日元兑美元报1美元兑116.85日元,与纽约汇市的116.78日元相比变动不大。1月29日,在日本央行政策决定发布后,日元兑美元一度跌至1美元兑121.69日元。日本基准10年期国债收益率本周继续下滑,周五触及0.035%的纪录低位。   欧元兑美元下跌0.1%至1.1194美元,自1月29日以来的涨幅有望达到3.3%。   (来源:彭博社) 责任编辑:吉言相关的主题文章:

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