AUD JPY Forex Chart

Our AUD JPY forex chart is real-time and allows you to follow the current Australian Dollar and Japanese Yen rate. There are many useful features for technical analysis, including loads of indicators, drawing tools and different price displays.

The two currencies, Australian Dollar and Japanese Yen, are not widely followed and is often termed as minor forex. However it is still a volatile pair, especially when there is economic data released from each nation.

Latest AUDJPY News

AUDJPY with a beautiful inverse head and shoulder formation

The end of the last week and the start of this one are great for the currencies from the antipodes: AUD and NZD. In the battle of those two, the AUD seems a bit stronger, that is why we will focus on the first one. If you trade, you buy one currency ...

AUD/JPY falls as more US tariffs sends risk aversion back to the forefront

Risk aversion sends traders back into safe havens as US considers yet more tariffs. Japanese foreign investment numbers deliver little action. The Aussie is tripping lower once again in Asia trading against the Yen, slipping into 82.85 as of writing as ...

FxWirePro: AUD/JPY buoyed by risk-on, break above 110-EMA (83.84) to see further upside

AUD/JPY buoyed as markets turn risk-pro after Chinese and American negotiators set up a framework to address the trade imbalances. Yen drops in Asia on easing US-China trade tensions as China and US agreed to halt imposing punitive import tariffs.

AUD/JPY struggling to maintain 84.00, slips ahead of RBA Lowe's speech

Aussie looks set to continue slumping after catching some lift over 84.00 handle. AUD traders are sidelined ahead of RBA's Lowe speech due today. The AUD/JPY is drifting lower in Wednesday's early session, testing just beneath the 84.00 major level.

AUD/JPY Breaks Above 83.40

AUD/JPY opened with a positive gap on Monday and during the Asian morning, it managed to break above the resistance (now turned into support) barrier of 83.40, as well as above the downside resistance line taken from the peak of the 13th of March.