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🦘 AUDJPY 🗾 as a Barometer of the 💴 Yen Carry Trade 💱
Note on the 🦘 AUD/JPY 🗾 Forex Currency Pair as a measure of
the 💴 Yen Carry Trade 💱.
by Charles Adams
The AUD/JPY currency pair is often viewed as a barometer of the general
💴 Yen Carry Trade 💱. As John Carter
notes 1) John Carter's View
"... AUDJPY ... represent[s] one very common carry trade, which is to borrow
Japanese yen and then put that money into Australian dollars. The more yen that
are being borrowed, the more the Australian dollar is being bought, and thus
the higher AUDJPY goes ... Thus, when the carry trade is on, AUDJPY will rise.
When the carry trade is being taken off, AUDJPY will fall ..."
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