EURJPY Forecast Poll 2017: Neutral bias on expected easing contest between ECB and BoJ

EURJPY Forecast Dot Plot Chart

EURJPY Forecast Poll 2017

EURJPY Forecast Poll 2017

Analyst 3 Months 6 Months 1 Year
Brad Gilbert 121,00 118,00 115,00
David Cheetham 118,80 123,95 129,15
Elliott Wave Forecast 129,50 120,00 143,00
Growth Aces 124,12 126,50 128,80
Haresh Menghani _ _ _
James Chen 122,00 124,00 126,00
JFD Brokers _ _ _
Juan José del Valle _ _ _
Lukman Otunuga 118,00 115,00 110,00
Mark de la Paz 127,50 130,00 133,00
Markus Gabel 126,00 112,00 94,14
Nenad Kerkez _ _ _
Przemyslaw Kwiecien 121,40 121,00 120,00
Scott Barkley _ _ _
Thomas Light 125,00 127,00 124,00
Valeria Bednarik 118,00 124,00 120,00
Yohay Elam _ _ _
Medium Forecast 122,8473 121,9500 122,0991
Median Forecast 122,0000 123,9500 124,0000
Std-Deviation 3,7136 5,1436 12,2713
R-Coefficient 0,0304 0,0415 0,0990
Bullish 4 3 5
Sideways 3 3 1
Bearish 4 5 5
       

Featured Expert

Thomas Light: "Rising bond yields and stock prices should help the pair get to the 125 psychological level. A growing current account surplus will support JPY of course"

EURJPY Bull Lines

David Cheetham: "Product of EURUSD and USDJPY forecasts"

Mark de la Paz: "Europe and Japan will stay in a contest for loose monetary policy which suggest it is unlike for us to see a one-way street though we do favor a weaker Yen"

EURJPY Bear Lines

Lukman Otunuga: "With the Eurozone woes denting buying sentiment towards the Euro, upside gains on the EURJPY could be capped. Weakness below 118.00 should be the first sign sellers need to attack prices towards 115.00 and 110.00 respectively this year"

Markus Gabel: "Current valid downtrend should keep valid"

Przemyslaw Kwiecien: "Simply a byproduct of our ED/UJ forecasts"

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