American dollar noticeably inclined against Japanese yen today in attempts to compensate its previous losses during the last two sessions, where Japanese yen fell after boosting a trade deficit in Japan which curbed demand on yen today. Moreover, USD/JPY pair started today's session at 102.629 to record high of 102.948 and low of 102.948, where the pair currently trade near 102.910. At the same time, Japanese yen also fell against the euro amid the recent boosted risk appetite in markets, where the EUR/USD pair inclined to high of 141.773 and low of 141.310 after starting today's session at 141.311. GBP/JPY pair also inclined after its previous losses to hit high of 167.632 after starting at 167.030, where the pair recorded low of 167.030. NZD/USD pair inclined to high of 75.955 from low of 75.721.
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