|Day's Range||1,115.3 - 1,118.4|
|52 Week Range||1,052.0000 - 1,150.5699|
Investing.com – The yen slid against the dollar on Friday morning trade in Asia after the Bank of Japan kept interest rates unchanged, in line with market expectation, even as the U.S. is set to release an updated list of Chinese products to target with tariffs.
Investing.com – The Japanese yen and Korean won gained a little ground against the dollar in morning trade in Asia while the Aussie dollar come under pressure after a weaker-than-expected jobs report.
Investing.com - The dollar remained steady in morning trade in Asia Tuesday, hovering near the 94 value, while the Aussie looked bearish ahead of the rate decision of Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) that will come later in the day. The yen dropped after Japan posted softer-than-expected home spending data.
Investing.com - The dollar maintained its momentum, continuing to rally against major currencies in morning trade in Asia Wednesday even as both the Japanese yen and Korean won also gained ground.
Investing.com – The dollar opened the week steady well above the 91 mark, but slipped from Friday’s high as the U.S. 10-year treasury yield pulled back to below the 3% level.
Investing.com - The dollar retreated across the board in Asia on Thursday morning, but remained well above the 90 level as the U.S. 10-year Treasury yields continued to weigh on the currency market. Meanwhile, Australia reported bullish import and export price index.
Investing.com – The dollar recovered slowly in Asia on Wednesday morning as the safe-haven yen retreated against the greenback on risk-on sentiment that gave other Asian currencies a lift.
Investing.com – The dollar rebounded against other currencies in Asia on Tuesday morning amid receding trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies, as the U.S. and China hinted talks to ease fears of a full-blown trade war. The yen nudged lower amid revival of investor risk appetite.