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 75.82 76.27 75.80 -0.3740
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Our Australian Dollar Japanese Yen Live exchange rates are updated once per minute from 00:00 GMT Monday until 21:00 GMT Friday. The AUDJPY live rate is available 24 hours a day and can be viewed in our exchange rate tables, you can also use our live currency converter tool which allows you to convert currency at current live exchange rates. For forex trading we also provide a currency sentiment indicator on our rate pages, which gives the user a quick view of the general sentiment on popular currency rates.

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AUD/JPY weakens to revisit 76.00 as RBA minutes seem dovish

RBA minutes emphasize labor market numbers to determine the next policy move. Statements like "No strong case" for a near-term change in policy were ignored by the sellers. The AUD/JPY pair dropped to ...


Forex Trading: AUDJPY Is at $75 Price Level, Potential Reversal Zone

In case the $75 level holds, the price will bounce at the level and the trend may change to an uptrend. Should the Bears maintain or increase their momentum; $75 level may be penetrated and the ...


AUD/JPY technical analysis: Immediate resistance-line can question latest rise at 76.40

RSI inching up from oversold region but near-term trend-line could confine the rise. Multiple resistances stand tall to question buyers. AUD/JPY is on the bids near 76.00 during the initial Asian ...


Forex Trading: AUDJPY Is Expected to Continue Its Bearish Trend After the Pullback

AUDJPY may decline to $75 level should the Bears increase their momentum and the $77 level does not hold. In case $77 level holds, the price may bounce and rally to the north. On the long-term ...


FxWirePro: AUD/JPY Near-Term Outlook

AUD/JPY is extending weakness for the 5th straight week, bias remains bearish. Weaker Australian fundamentals which bolster RBA rate cut calls continue to weigh. Further, looming US-China trade war ...