GBP/JPY dropped 0.7% on Friday, falling from above 155.00 to around 154.00. Risk-off flows and soft UK data weakened sterling while safe-haven demand and lower global bond yields strengthened the yen. GBP/JPY fell sharply on Friday and heavy downside in the global equity market and commodity space weighed on more risk-sensitive currencies such as sterling,
Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Wednesday, “the risks to the economy in 2022 and 2023 include tapering in us and EU, China economic policy, supply disruption.” Additional comments “High commodity prices have begun to affect Indonesia’s inflation, but inflation now still mild.” “Indonesia consumption and production have returned to pre-pandemic levels.” “Indonesia
The shared currency edges lower during the New York session by 0.14%. EUR/GBP Technical Outlook: Downward biased, but a break under the 0.8300 figure, would push the pair towards lower prices. The EUR/GBP slide for the second time of the week, though, remains trapped in the 0.8320-65 range for the sixth consecutive day. The EUR/GBP
EUR/USD has stabilised just above 1.1400, having dropped back from earlier session highs in the 1.1480s. Technicians will be eyeing a key level of support in the 1.1380 area. EUR/USD selling has continued into the US trading session, though the bearish intra-day momentum has for the moment eased with the pair finding support above the