Tag Archive: USDJPY

FX Nostalgia Edition : Lest We Forget The 7 Year Itch

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Each April harkens back the final days of Bear Sterns back in 2008 when the company finally crumbled and succumbed to a forced sale, negotiated by the Federal Reserve, to JP Morgan at… Continue reading

Forex Thoughts : The Deflationary Mindset

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4 days, 2 major events and we had a topsy turvy month end into the last month of the year. The OPEC meeting on Thanksgiving started the ball rolling with no cuts to… Continue reading

Fx Thugs And JPY Funding Are Made In Japan

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If there is only 1 country in the world who can pull it off, it is only Japan. There is no way any country can forcibly devalue their currency by 7% in a… Continue reading

Forex Focus : The Fair Value of USDSGD

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FOREWORD : If you like this article, please do make a contribution to our site to keep it going. Thank you, from Tradehaven. ***************** USDSGD is at a 2 year high, breaking the… Continue reading

FX Thoughts : FOMC Halloween Edition

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An action packed weekend with the Eurozone banks audit all sorted with minimal fuss after a year of suspense and Brazil elections done and over with. It was overall, a boring week with… Continue reading

FX Views : The Greenback Comeback

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Like I said early last month, no one knew why the “USD is taking a beating and the big mystery of the year is that no one knows for certainty who is doing… Continue reading

Market Thoughts – Are You America’s Friend or Foe ? USD is Not Cool.

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Scrolling through my email’s In Box, I am stumped by the number of synonyms of the words STUMPED and STYMIED in the various titles of fx market commentaries, analyses and reports I have… Continue reading

FX Take : ECB Done, BOJ Next – Nothing is ever good enough

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I am not sure if this is what forward guidance means but the price action of EURUSD after the ECB was another classic. From what was supposed to be a currency negative story… Continue reading

How About Long Term Military Rule ? Fx Thoughts

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Foreword : Tradehaven is an independent website striving to promote awareness on financial products and understanding of risks. The costs of maintaining a steady stream of articles is SGD 30k per annum and… Continue reading

Month End : Losing Patience With Abe and Hello Kitty

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Read this. “Japan’s debt burden is extraordinary. Total debt to GDP tops 500%. Government expenditure is 20x government revenues. Interest on government debt is 25% of government revenue.” http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesgruber/2014/04/27/japan-deflation-to-end/ It is not that… Continue reading