Australian Dollar Japanese Yen Rate (AUDJPY)

Here is the current Australian Dollar Japanese Yen rate. Foreign exchange rate for AUDJPY including todays high,low and change.

Symbol Price High Low Change
AUDJPY 80.50 80.81 80.21 0.1770
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AUDJPY Bears Waiting for This Correction

AUDJPY recently busted through the floor around 81.25 and fell to the 80.00 handle before bouncing. This could mark the start of a quick pullback to the broken support and Fib levels before sellers ga...


AUDJPY Rises following rebound from 21-month low; strongly bearish in near term

AUDJPY plummeted to a new 21-month low of 79.97 earlier today, slipping below the trading range of 84.50 – 80.60 that had been holding since February 9. The bearish scenario is further supported by th...


AUD/JPY action remains tight as China data blows cold air over hopeful bulls

The Aussie is freezing in place as Chinese data comes in slightly below expectations across the board. Chinese Retail Sales, Industrial Production both fail to inspire confidence in the Asia-Pacific t...


FxWirePro: AUD/JPY holds trendline support at 80, break below to see further weakness

AUD/JPY extends weakness after bearish gap open, bias lower. Fears of contagion from Turkey that threatens to spread throughout emerging markets and the European banking sectors keeps antipodeans depr...


AUD/JPY Technical Analysis: Bears eye deeper losses after 21-month low

The AUD/JPY fell to 80.03 on Monday - the lowest level since November 2016 - and could suffer deeper losses over the next few weeks. Today's close will likely confirm a downside break of the 4.5-month ...