EUR JPY Forex Chart

This real-time EUR JPY forex chart enables you to follow the current Euro / Japanese Yen rate, and use technical analysis on historical data. The rate updates many times per minute and the chart can be customised to suit your needs, with indicators and various price displays.

The Euro and Japanese Yen are currencies of two power house economies. Billions or Euros and Yen are exchanged weekly between financial institutions, businesses, Governments and private individuals. The EUR JPY chart will show the rate which determines how economy is doing in terms of strength. For instance, if the Japanese economy strengthens, the Yen could climb, meaning pressure would be put on the Euro and the rate would fall.


Latest EURJPY News

EUR/JPY: Sellers’ domination continues

EUR/USD is trading below 1.11, under pressure as fears of the coronavirus weigh on markets. The ECB is set to leave rates unchanged and provide views about the current economic environment. GBP/USD is ...


EUR/JPY drops to two-week low near 121.50 ahead of ECB

EUR/JPY shows more reaction to the risk aversion than second-tier Japanese data. The global trade headlines, China’s coronavirus and US President Trump’s impeachment grab the headlines. ECB isn’t ...


EUR/JPY: More Downside Anticipated After Breakdown

Quantitative easing is long-term destructive to the overall health of the financial system, and safe-haven assets like the Japanese Yen stand to benefit. The EUR/JPY is currently in the midst of a ...


FxWirePro: Trade EUR/JPY Minor Trend And Hedge Major Trend

Ascending wedge signifies EURJPY minor trend so far, (refer daily plotting). Major trend slides in the sloping channel (refer weekly chart), the channel breakout and the sustenance seem to be dubious ...


FxWirePro: EUR/JPY Hedging Dynamics And Strategies Ahead of ECB & BoJ For Q1’2020

Most importantly, to substantiate the above indications, we could see bearish neutral risk reversal (RR) set-up of EURJPY that indicates the long-term hedging sentiments across all tenors are still ...