The USD/JPY is in uptrend and we could see another bullish impulse. However, the most important event today is the FOMC Press Conference and Rate decision.

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The FED is expected to cut the rate by 0.25 % ( 2.25 % to 2.00 %). The move is pretty much expected so the FOMC presser will be more important unless some major surprise happen like for example, no rate cut.

Technically, the USD/JPY is bullish, bouncing from the 107.80 zone and targeting 108.50. If the price makes a breakout and closes above 108.50 then 109.60 is next. Above 109.60 , 110.13 will be the target. Watch for volatility during today's FOMC press conference and during the late US session.

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The analysis has been done with the CAMMACD.MTF template.

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