USD/JPY: How low is too low for the BOJ? -

Apr 12, 2017, 12:00 PM

Dollar-Yen pair fell below the key psychological support level of 110.00 on Tuesday and extended losses to a 5-month low of 109.34. So the 50% of the Trump Trade gains have been erased.

Bill Hubard, Chief Economist at, talks to Mike Ingram, Strategist at BGC Partners, about the level in the USD/JPY which would force the BOJ into action. Ingram says, the drop in the USD/JPY pair represents high geopolitical risks and prospects of low growth.

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