Yen holds slight revenues in Asia after industrial output

On Wednesday, the Japanese yen held early revenues during Asia trade, as industrial output data came in flat in Japan, while the government forecast fluctuations ahead with the market focus shifting to American nonfarm payrolls data as well as China PMI data this week.

The currency pair USD/JPY traded at 102.97, tumbling 0.03%, while AUD/USD was worth 0.7527, up 0.23%.

In Japan, July’s industrial production was flat month-on-month, compared with a 0.8% profit observed. The government informed it expects rebound of about 4.1% in August and a 0.7% drop in September as output flows keep fluctuating.

In Australia, July’s private sector credit surged 0.4% as expected month-on-month. Additionally, housing credit grew 0.5%, staying intact since June.

The US dollar index, estimating the greenback’s strength against six key currencies, lost 0.12%, hitting   95.93.

By the way, financial experts had expected the index to sink to 97.0 in August.

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