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Will the Japanese yen collapse?

The Japanese yen has slowed considerably compared to other major currencies.  

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  1. 1. Will the Japanese yen collapse?

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Japan remains one of the top economies in the world by GDP, yet recently the Japanese yen has slowed considerably compared to other major currencies.

IG Strategist Frank Kaberna compares relative price extremes in various yen pairs as traders speculate if prices will revert to the mean or break through to new highs. Learn how using IG client sentiment can reveal how traders are opening positions across pairs to get a better sense of where the forex markets can go.


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USD/JPY back to high since 1998: (0:45)

EUR/JPY hits new high since 2008: (1:45)

GBP/JPY hits new high since 2015: (2:32)

IG client sentiment around JPY pairs: (3:22)

Global interest rate divergences: (5:08)

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