Fundamental Analysis of USD/JPY for July 30, 2018 888011000 110888 USD/JPY has been quite spontaneous with the current bearish momentum after turning down off the 113.20 with an everyday close. The bearish momentum leads the cost to fall to 111.00 where the cost has been corrective itself recently with a view of moving lower in the coming days.USD having quite a difficult time competing with JPY to sustain the gain it had earlier in this pair. Ahead of the NFP today, which is anticipated to inject specific volatility in the set, today USD Pending Home Sales report is going to be released which is expected to increase to 0.4% from the previous negative worth of -0.5%.On the other hand, ahead of the BOJ Policy Rate report to be published tomorrow, JPY is anticipated to gain specific momentum while doing so versus USD while USD is having a hard time without numerous impactful economic events. Today JPY Retail Sales report is released with a boost to 1.8% from the previous value of 0.6% which was expected to be at 1.7%. Despite the positive financial reports, today JPY failed to get the anticipated momentum which does show the sustainability USD is growing currently ahead of NFP this week.As of the existing scenario, JPY is still anticipated to continue its momentum lower regardless of the upcoming NFP report which may result in certain spikes in the market. As JPY continues to supply better financial reports this week, it is expected continue getting momentum against USD in the process.Now let us take a look at the technical view. The cost is currently quite restorative but as it is living listed below the vibrant level of 20 EMA while also living below 113.20 location with an everyday close, the price is expected to press lower to the assistance area of 108.50-109.20 in the coming days.RESISTANCE: 113.20 ASSISTANCE: 108.50- 109.20 PREDISPOSITION: BEARISHMOMENTUM: VOLATILE The product has actually been offered by InstaForex Company -www.instaforex.com

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