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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight funding adjustment 0.006586 %
Charges from full value of position ($32.93)
Trade size with leverage ~ $500,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $499,000.00

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Short position overnight fee

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Margin. Your investment $1,000.00
Overnight funding adjustment -0.014806 %
Charges from full value of position ($-74.03)
Trade size with leverage ~ $500,000.00
Money from leverage ~ $499,000.00

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Overnight fee time 21:00 (UTC)
Min traded quantity 1000
Currency JPY
Margin 0.2%
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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Jun 14, 2024 168.426 -0.275 -0.16% 168.701 169.787 167.519
Jun 13, 2024 168.700 -0.837 -0.49% 169.537 170.129 168.271
Jun 12, 2024 169.538 0.816 0.48% 168.722 169.603 168.651
Jun 11, 2024 168.726 -0.295 -0.17% 169.021 169.412 168.287
Jun 10, 2024 169.023 -0.003 -0.00% 169.026 169.207 168.292
Jun 9, 2024 169.027 0.294 0.17% 168.733 169.107 168.577
Jun 7, 2024 169.306 -0.244 -0.14% 169.550 169.960 168.930
Jun 6, 2024 169.551 0.019 0.01% 169.532 170.276 169.200
Jun 5, 2024 169.533 0.749 0.44% 168.784 170.006 168.763
Jun 4, 2024 168.787 -1.458 -0.86% 170.245 170.715 167.973
Jun 3, 2024 170.245 -0.329 -0.19% 170.574 170.881 169.711
Jun 2, 2024 170.573 0.144 0.08% 170.429 170.751 170.405
May 31, 2024 170.583 0.551 0.32% 170.032 170.736 169.438
May 30, 2024 170.033 -0.214 -0.13% 170.247 170.248 169.056
May 29, 2024 170.247 -0.408 -0.24% 170.655 170.788 170.162
May 28, 2024 170.654 0.311 0.18% 170.343 170.789 170.293
May 27, 2024 170.341 0.200 0.12% 170.141 170.492 169.960
May 26, 2024 170.140 -0.024 -0.01% 170.164 170.281 170.090
May 24, 2024 170.224 0.499 0.29% 169.725 170.489 169.618
May 23, 2024 169.726 0.068 0.04% 169.658 170.312 169.279

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EUR/JPY

What is the EUR/JPY currency pair?

The EUR/JPY currency pair is formed from the Eurozone’s euro and the Japanese yen. This currency pair, is so-named as it does not include the US dollar; the euro is the base currency and the yen is counter currency. The economies of Japan and Europe are becoming increasingly interconnected, and so the EUR/JPY rate has acquired considerable importance in the FX market. Boasting a high trading volume, it is one of the strongest currency pairs that does not include the USD.
 

All about the euro

The euro is the official currency of the European Union (EU), it is used by 19 of the 28 European Union countries, known as the Eurozone. Symbolised by the sign €, the currency was introduced on 1 January 1999 under the management of the European Central Bank (ECB). However, it was not until three years later, in 2002, that the currencies banknotes and coins came into common use across Europe.
 
On 1 January 2002, an initial 12 EU countries adopted the euro, replacing their national currencies. These countries were: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.
 
Today, a total of 19 EU member states hold the euro as their national currency, with the remainder, excluding the UK, committing to do so in the future. Additionally, a number of non-euro states have fixed their currencies to the value of the euro, these include the Danish krone, the Comorian franc and the Moroccan dirham.
 
The euro is the second most traded currency, in terms of volume, after the USD, with the Eurozone’s economy ranked second globally.
 

What’s the story behind the Japanese yen?

Introduced to Japan in the New Currency Act of 1871 by the Meiji government, the yen is the official currency of Japan. The name means ‘circle’, and the currency was developed to create a standardised measurement of currency for the nation after the Edo Period system.

 

In doing so, Japan began to use the gold standard measurement employed across Europe, as the new yen was tied to the weight of gold – 1.5 g – and silver – 24.26 g. To regulate and mint the newly introduced currency, the Bank of Japan was founded.

Over its history, the yen has seen periods of appreciation and depreciation. One significant period occurred after the second world war, the yen experienced a significant downturn and introduced a fixed exchange rate. By 1971, the currency had risen in value and was allowed to float.
 
Although it continues to be floated today, the currency is considered to be controlled, with strict government currency intervention. As of 2018, the Japanese yen is the third most traded currency in the world and acts as an anchor or reserve currency, after the USD, EUR and GBP.
 

What influences the EUR/JPY pair?

The EUR/JPY currency pair is influenced by a number of factors, including:
 
Economics and politics. Changes to the economic policy and status of the respective countries has a direct correlation to this currency pair. Official releases from financial institutions, such as the European Central Bank (ECB) or the Bank of Japan, relating to monetary policy, interest rates, among others create volatility for the EUR/JPY.
 
Imports and exports. With Japan’s economy heavily balanced on successfully exports, the balance of imports to exports is highly influential to the country’s economic strength.
 
Instability. Disruptions, in any form, can cause this currency pair some trouble. Whether it be natural disasters, economics or political instability. Major influences in the last few years include Japan’s 2011 combo disaster of an earthquake, causing a tsunami and nuclear disaster, while the Eurozone has been affected by a debt-crisis since 2009.
 

How to trade EUR/JPY?

Explore Capital.com to keep up-to-date with the latest changes to the EUR/JPY share price. Get current updates on the cross pair with the EUR/JPY charts and trade this powerful world currency pair.

News

Bank of Japan Preview: Markets look for guidance from BOJ about timing of next hike

The Bank of Japan meets on Friday, 14th of June, 2024. We preview what to expect from the BOJ decision and how it might impact the USD/JPY and Nikkei 225.

11:05, 12 June 2024

FOMC preview: Still expecting three rate cuts in 2024?

The Federal Reserve is expected to keep its policy unchanged on Wednesday – data from Reuters shows a 99% chance of no change. Last week’s 25-basis-point rate cut from the ECB has done nothing to change market expectations, and why should it?

08:20, 11 June 2024

US Non-Farm Payrolls Preview: Forecasts point to a stable labour market

US labour market conditions are expected to have remained stable in May. The latest Non-Farm Payrolls data will be released on Friday, June 7th, 2024, and will provide a health check on the US jobs market.

10:09, 5 June 2024

AUD/USD analysis: Focus turns to GDP data after unexpected CPI rise

Higher-than-expected monthly CPI data watered down expectations for RBA interest rate cuts in 2024; the markets will now shift attention to quarterly GDP data on Wednesday, June 5.

15:57, 4 June 2024

ECB preview: A cut, but how many more?

After months of waiting, a rate cut from the ECB on Thursday looks like a done deal. Data from Reuters shows markets pricing in a 96% chance of a 25-basis point cut from the European Central Bank following Thursday’s policy meeting.

08:54, 4 June 2024

PCE Index Preview: Forecasts point to no change in headline or core inflation from a month earlier

The markets continue to look for signals of disinflation in the United States. The latest PCE Index data, the US Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge, is released on May 31, 2024.

12:44, 29 May 2024

Gold and Silver recover from last week’s pullback but face resistance ahead of US PCE

Gold and Silver move higher after last week’s pullbacks but the precious metals are struggling with resistance ahead of the US PCE release.

15:46, 28 May 2024

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