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    Japanese Yen News, Guides, Forecasts & Provider Reviews. Stay on top of Japanese Yen exchange rates, charts and rate changes in the major JPY cross currency pairs. This allows you to take advantage of any market moves plus the low margins from our online currency and foreign payment partners to ensure you get the best possible exchange rates deals.


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    A new year brings a wealth of sporting delights around the world, from Euro 2016 to the Invictus Games. Here at World First, we help people transfer money around the world. Some of the people we help in 2016 might be out in the US for the Ryder Cup golf, and enjoy it so much […]


    The Japanese FSA has announced it will finally remove a ¥1 million (US$9,000) cap on cross-border money transfers handled by non-banking entities, paving the way for a major overhaul of Japan’s remittance industry.


    Japanese mega bank MUFG has announced it will end all over-the-counter money transfer services in June of this year in an effort to avert money laundering.


    Fears Chinese mega developer Evergrande’s collapse will spark a contagion event and the ongoing European gas crisis has hit confidence.


    Property debt crisis in China, central bank bond policy and the energy crisis are combining for a volatile October - it is ever thus!


    During periods of rising inflation a stronger currency benefits a country's economics as this makes imports cheaper.


    As we approach mid-year a shift has taken place in currency markets with the narrative less about interest rates hikes and more risk-off worries about a possible coming recession.


    The dollar has risen by nearly 20% against most currencies compared to this time last year.


    The strength of the US dollar and interest rate movements by the Federal Reserve are behind the weakness of Asian currencies.


    Markets have shifted focus to the interest rate policies of other major central banks rather than the Federal Reserve.


    April Forex Outlook: Banking Crises Cast Shadow Over Global Currency Markets


    USD sinks as global currency markets react to slowing US inflation, prompting a surge in other major currencies and a potential end to the Federal Reserve's tightening cycle.