The place of refuge Japanese Yen stayed all around offer on Thursday, hauling the USD/JPY pair further underneath the key 110.00 mental imprint to new six-week lows.
Recharged worries about the heightening US-China exchange clashes kept burdening financial specialists' slant, which was clear from one more day of sharp misfortunes in Asian value securities exchanges on Thursday and profited the Japanese Yen's relative place of refuge status.
This returns on the of the US President Donald Trump's ongoing declaration that he will climb taxes on $200 billion worth of Chinese products to 25% from the current 10% if an understanding was not met before Friday, restoring fears of an out and out US-China exchange war.
The hazard off mind-set was additionally fortified by the progressing slide in the US Treasury security yields, which kept the US Dollar bulls on edge and did little to loan any help or slow down the pair's continuous slide to the most minimal dimension since March 25.
Pushing forward, the present US monetary docket - including the arrival of April PPI figures, March exchange balance information and the typical beginning week by week jobless cases, alongside a planned discourse by the Fed Chair Jerome Powell will currently be viewed for some crisp impulse later amid the early North-America session.