FXstreet.com (Córdoba) - The FED decision to leave interest rates unchanged boosted the Yen that jumped across the board following the announcement. USD/JPY broke below 91.30 and fell to 90.85. The pair now is pulling back and is back on top of 91.00.
According to Nick Nasad, currency market analyst with CMS Forex, Dollar weakens will continue unless there is another big shock in the financial system or indications by the Fed to raise rates.
Against European currencies, the Japanese currency rose after the FOMC recovering part of early loses. GPB/JPY is back below 150.00 and EUR/JPY fell from 135.20 to 134.75.