The Japanese yen started today's trading session with a slightly incline, while the pair's movement is very weak that compared with last week's sessions, as bank holiday in Japan, reduced the volume of trading during the Asian session.

Now the yen trades around 80.94, after it closed under the 81.00 level last Friday's session, due to the G-7's intervention into the Forex market, where the G-7 nations announced that they are going to sell the yen against the greenback, after the yen recorded the highest level since World War II, as the strongest earthquake that hit the economy on March 11.

Moreover, we can see that the Asian session continues the slightly trading, while the recovery movement will start with the beginning of European session. On the other hand, the expectations noted that the dollar/yen pair's downside movement will continue in the medium term.