USD/JPY - 145.00

Despite dollar's brief gain to a fresh 24-year peak of 145.89 after BoJ's dovish hold last Thur, subsequent selloff to 140.36 on BoJ's 'unilateral' yen intervention suggests a temporary top is made, gain to 144.90 on Tuesday signals correction is possibly over.

Dollar's daily wild swings may continue and above 144.90/00 needed for stronger gain towards 145.40, 145.89, below 143.92, 143.28.

Data to be released later

Swiss CPI, manufacturing PMI, France budget balance, S n P manufacturing PMI, Italy S n P manufacturing PMI, Germany S n P manufacturing PMI, EU S n P manufacturing PMI.
U.K. S n P manufacturing PMI, Canada S n P manufacturing PMI, U.S. S n P manufacturing PMI, construction spending and ISM manufacturing PMI on Monday.

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