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The rise in the yen may not be able to defeat the Japanese central bank but the Fed hawkish U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, warrants real-time market data figure: Japan’s central bank governor Kuroda Higashihiko (left) and the Federal Reserve Chairman Yellen Sina stocks news Beijing 20, Bloomberg said, in the bond market investors still glued to the screen, waiting for the policy evaluation decision the Bank of Japan announced Wednesday at the Tokyo foreign exchange traders may look at a few hours after the Fed’s policy decision will be released. Although the Bank of Japan’s January launch of negative interest rates in July to maintain the debt purchase plan unchanged, but the three consecutive quarter of the yen will rise, the highest since 2011, one of the longest winning streak. Currency strategists said, whether President Kuroda Higashihiko decided to expand the length of period yield difference, or lower interest rates, the biggest threat to the yen will be fed chairman Yellen released hawkish signal. Over the past two years, the yen has been more likely to follow the US short term yield than the short-term rate of return, according to Peng Bo. "The Bank of Japan has been passed to the long end of the curve becomes steep, but the U.S. rate hike is the basis of" Sumitomo Mitsui bank foreign exchange department director Misaki Sato Shinsuke said. If the fed to raise interest rates once a year, the dollar will not regain the rally. Whether or not the Bank of Japan to further reduce the negative interest rate, Japan’s yield curve is steep with the yen depreciation trend." Japan’s central bank policy ammunition is about to run out of speculation, the yen rose nearly 18% this year, the best performance in the G-10 currency. In January, Kuroda Higashihiko decided to cut interest rates to -0.1%, causing bank stocks fell against the yen and buying hedge. 7 at the end of the Japanese central bank’s policy decisions worse than expected, so that the yen rally accelerated. Tokyo time on Tuesday 10:36, the yen reported $1 against the yen of 101.97. Editor: Wang Yongsheng SF153相关的主题文章: