Each week, I highlight a chart out of the Quid Report.

The Bank of Japan (BoJ) fueled yen weakness despite keeping monetary policy as is to maintain its massive quantitative easing (QE) program. While the BoJ does not see a need to further expand QE, they do confess that they will not meet their inflation target in 3 years. This admission gave sterling traders the green light to send the $GBPJPY back to the February highs at 184.00. This chart shows an early entry into this rally on dips back below 181.00, well ahead of when the BoJ policy statement was released.


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