Podcast: The BoJ is not for turning

Forex: USD/JPY Is Expected To Reach 145 In The End Of The Year. Why Is That?

Summary:  Today we discuss the Bank of Japan maintaining its policy stance overnight as it continues to swim against the stream of global central bank tightening, leading to a sharp new JPY weakening move. This contrasts with the Swiss National Bank's large hike yesterday, which has driven a tremendous CHF rally, not least in USDCHF. Also, weak US data drives a drop in US treasury yields, so where is the equity market focus: bond yields per se or on recession risks? Natural gas, gold, crude oil, metals, stocks to watch, upcoming earnings reports and more on today's pod, which features Peter Garnry on equities, Ole Hansen on commodities and John J. Hardy hosting and on FX.


Listen to today’s podcast - slides are also shared here.

Follow Saxo Market Call on your favorite podcast app:

If you are not able to find the podcast on your favourite podcast app when searching for Saxo Market Call, please drop us an email at marketcall@saxobank.com and we'll look into it.
 
Questions and comments, please!
We invite you to send any questions and comments you might have for the podcast team. Whether feedback on the show's content, questions about specific topics, or requests for more focus on a given market area in an upcoming podcast, please get in touch at marketcall@saxobank.com.
 
Forex: USD/JPY Is Expected To Reach 145 In The End Of The Year. Why Is That?

Saxo Bank

Saxo Bank is a global investment bank with a Danish banking license.
It is subject to strict regulation in 15 jurisdictions, including Denmark, the United Kingdom, and Singapore. We also hold banking licenses in Denmark and Switzerland.
When you invest with Saxo Bank, you have access to a state-of-the-art trading platform and over 40,000 financial instruments, including more than 22,000 stocks from 50 stock exchanges worldwide. It also provides access to global analyses prepared by a world-class analytical team.