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 Weekly Outlook

EUR/JPY’s decline from 147.49 resumed by breaking 129.34 last week. Initial bias stays on the downside this week for 61.8% projection of 137.49 to 129.34 from 132.40 at 127.36 next. On the upside, break of 131.05 minor resistance is needed to indicate ...

EUR/JPY Daily Outlook

Daily Pivots: (S1) 130.33; (P) 130.69; (R1) 131.20; More…. EUR/JPY continues to gyrate in range of 129.34/132.40 and intraday bias remains neutral first. Overall, we’d expect upside of the consolidation to be limited by 38.2% retracement of 137.49 to ...

EUR/JPY hits 3-week lows and rebounds to the key 130.00 area

EUR/JPY drops sharply but recovers key level. Yen gains on risk aversion triggered by trade war fears. The EUR/JPY pair tested today again the 131.00 region but failed to break and dropped sharply. It bottomed during the US session at 129.48, the lowest ...

EURJPY tests 200 hour MA/50% retracement .

Quickly on the EURJPY, the pair has moved sharply higher after the FOMC decision and is up testing the 200 hour MA and the 50% at the 131.03. Key level to eye. So far, sellers are leaning on the test. The USDJPY traded to new week highs and tested the 61.8 ...

EUR/JPY: to recover gradually on global growth outlook and ECB-BoJ divergence - Danske Bank

Analysts from Danske Bank, still see risks skewed towards a stronger JPY in coming months amid a combination of portfolio flows, stretched short speculative JPY positioning and not least concerns about the Trump administrations protectionist agenda.