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Yen Depreciates as Japan Again Launches Stimulus

May 26th, from WikiFX News. Japan is considering a new round of stimulus scheme worth of 100 trillion yen(US$929.45 billion), which includes financial aid programs for businesses under the shock of coronavirus pandemic.To get more news about WikiFX, you can visit wikifx official website.
  The scheme will be funded by the second extra budget of the fiscal year starting this April.
  According to Nikkei News, this will be the second massive stimulus kicked off by the Japanese government after the record-breaking US$1.1 trillion spending plan launched last month, which focused on cash assistance for households and loans to small businesses hit by the pandemic.


  We estimate Japanese governments economic stimulus will drive down the price of the yen, which has also been reflected in the latest change of forex market positions. As of May 19th, speculative net longs in JPY decreased by 467 to 27,470 contracts, with speculative longs dropping 4,269 to 52,038 contracts and speculative shorts down by 3,802 to 24,568 contracts.


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