JPY is the acronym used in forex trading for the Japanese yen (JPY). It is the national currency for Japan and the Republic of Myanmar. The yen consists of 100 sen or 1000 rins, and represented with the symbol ¥. Originally the Meiji government adopted the yen as a move to economically modernise the region. The Japanese yen is the most exchanged currency on the foreign exchange (forex) market, behind the US dollar (USD) and the euro (EUR). The Japanese yen is still used as a reserve currency following the US dollar, euro, and British pound (GBP). In May 1871, after the Meiji government approved it, the yen became the official currency. The yen’s first circulation was in 1872, when it replaced Japan’s Edo period’s currency the mon. By the close of World War II, the currency lost much of its interest and was pegged to the US dollar in 1949. When the US went off the 1971 gold standard the dollar was again devalued. Since 1973 the yen has been a floating currency with international exchange rates rising and falling against the dollar.
About the GBP
GBP is an acronym for the British pound sterling. The United Kingdom’s national currency. Many other countries use the sterling too. The penny sterling (plural: pence) is one-tenth of a pound. Stocks are often traded in pence rather than pounds. In such situations, stock exchanges may use GBX or GBP to state the difference between pence and pounds.) While GBP’s official name is pound sterling, “sterling” or STG may be used in accounting or foreign exchange settings. The British pound has one of the world’s largest trade volumes, trailing behind the average value of the US dollar, euro and Japanese yen. The British pound accounts for approximately 13% of the daily volume of foreign-exchange trading. The symbol for the pound is £, while the symbol for euro is €. The euro-pound pair (EUR/GBP) and the pound-US dollar pair (GBP/USD) are the most common currency pairs in which the British pound is involved. Foreign exchange traders call GBP/USD a “cable”. The British pound sterling is symbolised by the pound sign (£) and is often referred to simply as the “sterling” or the slang term “quid”. Since securities are priced in pence, the British word for pennies, consumers may see stock values listed as pence sterling, GBX or GBp.
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How to Trade the JPY/GBP
The Japanese yen/British pound currency pairing (JPY/GBP) is one of the foreign exchange market’s most exchanged pairs, reflecting a large amount of regular trading. It’s a combination that is common among experienced traders as well as newcomers.
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The forex market is available 24 hours a day but UK trading in particular tends to become active from 8:00 AM and tapers off from 5:00 PM. There will of course be times in the day when this currency pair experiences higher volumes – typically around major market announcements.
Why would one call a currency pair a beast? One simple word to answer that question is: volatility. The currency cross between JPY/GBP is one of the most volatile currency pairs out there, and false signals are not unusual. If ever there was a pair that teaches swift trading lessons, it would be JPY/GBP. There are even geppy blogs which are entirely dedicated to telling tales of its volatile movements.