US Dollar Japanese Yen Rate (USDJPY)

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

Symbol Price High Low Change
USDJPY 110.55 110.59 110.09 0.4180
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Our US Dollar Japanese Yen Live exchange rates are updated once per minute from 00:00 GMT Monday until 21:00 GMT Friday. The USDJPY 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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USD/JPY Weekly Forecast: Fed decision, covid in the Olympics and yields to shake the pair

USD/JPY has been trading in tandem with US yields, falling as fear grips markets. The Fed decision, US GDP and the rapid spread of the Delta variant are all eyed. Late July's daily chart is painting a ...

USD/JPY climbs to fresh 10-day highs above 110.50

After spending the Asian session moving sideways around 110.00 on Friday, the USD/JPY pair gained traction and reached its highest level in 10 days at 110.59. As of writing, the pair was up 0.35% on ...

USD/JPY Price Forecast – US Dollar Continues Upward Momentum

The US dollar has rallied a bit during the course of the trading session on Friday as we head into the weekend on a positive note. The market has recovered quite nicely over the last several sessions.

USD/JPY Fundamental Daily Forecast – Yields, Risk Appetite Controlling the Action Ahead of Jobless Claims

Higher Treasury yields and demand for risk will be supportive for the USD/JPY, while lower Treasury yields and appetite for risk will cap gains.

USD/JPY Price Forecast – US Dollar Pulls Back Against Japanese Yen

The US dollar has pulled back a bit against the Japanese yen to kick off the trading session on Thursday. We continue to see the ¥110 level as an area of magnetism.