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USDJPY Fundamental Analysis 18-02-2016 by PaxForex

 

 Here are the key factors to keep in mind today for US Dollar trades:

 US Initial Jobless Claims and Continuing Claims: US Initial Jobless Claims for February 13th are  predicted to come in at 275K. Forex traders can compare this to US Initial Jobless Claims for February 6th  which were reported at 269K. US Continuing Jobless Claims for February 6th are predicted to come in at  2,250K. Forex traders can compare this to US Initial Jobless Claims for January 30th which were reported at  2,239K.


 US Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Survey: US Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Survey for February is  predicted to come in at -3.0. Forex traders can compare this to the US Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing  Survey for January which was reported at -3.5. US Leading Indicators: US Leading Indicators for January are  predicted to decrease by 0.2% monthly. Forex traders can compare this to US Leading Indicators for  December which decreased by 0.2% monthly.

 

Here are the key factors to keep in mind today for Japanese Yen trades:

Japanese Bond and Equity Transactions: Foreign Bond Transactions for February 12th showed sales of ¥1,318.3 billion and Foreign Equity Transactions purchases of ¥81.8 billion. Forex traders can compare this to Foreign Bond Transactions for February 5th which showed purchases of ¥1,455.4 billion and Foreign Equity Transactions purchases of ¥202.5 billion.


Japanese Merchandise Trade Balance: The Japanese Merchandise Trade Balance for January was reported at -¥645.9 billion. Economists predicted the balance at -¥658.5 billion. Forex traders can compare this to the Japanese Merchandise Trade Balance for December which was reported at ¥140.3 billion. The Adjusted Japanese Merchandise Trade Balance for January was reported at ¥119.4 billion. Economists predicted a balance of ¥61.6 billion. Forex traders can compare this to the Adjusted Japanese Merchandise Trade Balance for December which was reported at ¥15.3 billion. Merchandise Trade Exports for January decreased by 12.9% annualized. Economists predicted a decrease of 10.9% annualized. Forex traders can compare this to Merchandise Trade Exports for December which decreased by 8.0% annualized. Merchandise Trade Imports for January decreased by 18.0% annualized. Economists predicted a decrease of 15.9% annualized. Forex traders can compare this to Merchandise Trade Imports for December which decreased by 18.0% annualized.

 

Source: www.paxforex.com

 

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