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What are Japan's tactics based on latest suspected intervention?

RPT-EXPLAINER-What are Japan's tactics based on latest suspected intervention? Repeats story first published on July 18 with no change to text TOKYO, July 18 (Reuters) - Japan is suspected to have intervened in the foreign exchange market to prop up the yen on several occasions this month, underscoring its discomfort over the pain the currency's fall is inflicting on households because of costlier imports.
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FX options wrap - GBP target, EUR/USD clues, JPY call demand

BUZZ-FX options wrap - GBP target, EUR/USD clues, JPY call demand After increasing earlier in the week, broader G10 FX option implied volatility looks to have peaked for now, even JPY-related pairings, which spiked significantly higher as USD/JPY fell on Wednesday. Bank of Japan balance sheet data suggests Wednesday's USD/JPY drop wasn't intervention .
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Dollar shoos yen away from six-week high; euro eyes ECB

FOREX-Dollar shoos yen away from six-week high; euro eyes ECB Updates prices at 1121 GMT By Tom Westbrook and Amanda Cooper SINGAPORE/LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) - The Japanese yen grazed six-week highs before retreating against the dollar on Thursday, keeping traders alert to any signs of official buying, while the euro trod water ahead of a European Central Bank meeting.
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What next for EUR/USD? Clues from the FX option market

BUZZ-COMMENT-What next for EUR/USD? Clues from the FX option market July 18 (Reuters) - FX options are forward looking and thrive on FX volatility and rapid directional moves, so their price action can offer clues about the perceived outlook for a currency pair, such as EUR/USD. Implied volatility is the option market 's gauge of actual volatility expectations, with any changes in sub 1-month expiry options typically more reactive to changes in risk sentiment and the FX outlook over a shorter te
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What are Japan's tactics based on latest suspected intervention?

EXPLAINER-What are Japan's tactics based on latest suspected intervention? TOKYO, July 18 (Reuters) - Japan is suspected to have intervened in the foreign exchange market to prop up the yen on several occasions this month, underscoring its discomfort over the pain the currency's fall is inflicting on households because of costlier imports. While the authorities have not confirmed whether they stepped in, the following explains Tokyo's intervention tactics and what the move could mean for Japan's
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