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olivertimms

High inflation in Argentina leads to constant demand for bitcoins to protect savings - less volatility then we have seen in previous years.

olivertimms's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

Jakefoad

BoJ inaction on QE: strong JPY. Fed no plans on interest rate hike, dollar weakening. No lower than 105, actions then needed. Remains low.

Jakefoad's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

WilliamDellow

Strong resistance level 111, support at 105. Potential downside with NFP next major news release. 103-109 next week, overall sideways move.

WilliamDellow's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

PatrickM

its too volatile to make a constructive short term prediction. USD movements are likely driving the volatility seen these past two weeks.

PatrickM's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

Versense

JPY is strengthening its positions due to the dollar's depreciation, although recent BoJ decision to retain the rates prevents its rising

Versense's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

omartalat

A bullish trend expected for the week ahead with mixed US economy data, the triangle resistance is expected to be tested.

omartalat's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

Aviral

Abe/the BOJ want Yen to be stable during his meeting with Merkel. Less volatility is expected for the next 7 days under current conditions.

Aviral's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

mrosnes12

BTC/USD hit its 2016 peak in late April. Technical and fundamental analysis point to an increase in price in the medium-to-short term.

mrosnes12's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

omartalat

Lower than estimated non-farm payrolls resulting in a weaker USD, volatile market, seems to be forming a base around 106. Bearish outlook

omartalat's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

Exxcessus

Forming a wedge resistance (uncertainty), but strong weekly technical indicators, block-chain news and a weakening dollar could push it up.

Exxcessus's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

Georgehumphrey

Bulls slow & consolidated.Wedge can be seen.Belief bullish sentiment remains.Should hit 470 in time.Max tested and retraced. Expected retest

Georgehumphrey's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

rohil96

Asian currencies strengthening. USD remains week as Fed reserve lift interest rates. Speculators shorting USD to Yen. Appreciation of Yen.

rohil96's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

RP193

USD has bottomed out, showing early signs of strengthening. Demand for Bitcoin is growing continually, minor growth expected in the week.

RP193's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

Austin

1.Poor Japan economics data(negative inflation, slow trade growth) 2.BoJ favors loose monetary policy. It e/r will go up recently.

Austin's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

jonesma2

Depreciating dollar due to weak economic position. Japanese yen to extend its surge in value against USD.

jonesma2's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

Austin

1.A general bullish trend recently 2.$ is unlikely to strengthen recently(weak economic data) 3.Major resistance level at $470. Go up

Austin's view on the price of BTC/USD in May 5, 2016.

Olly_Price

Very strong rally; will not reverse without BOJ intervention (meeting in June). Market structure indicates no significant moves: 106.5-108.5

Olly_Price's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

rdexter

Bottomed out at 106.5 Current index volatility may see the dollar strengthen here. Upside is 110.

rdexter's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

rockall

Recently the Bank of Japan has expanded their purchase of Yen, hoping to overturn the deflation tide to inflation. This devalues the Yen.

rockall's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

joshmramorris12

Continued Japanese Economic weakness combined with ineffective monetary policy

joshmramorris12's view on the price of USD/JPY in May 5, 2016.

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