The Japanese yen continued to decline against the U.S. dollar and other major currencies after the Bank of Japan released the minutes of its FEB. 13-14 meeting, where the central bank expanded the asset-purchase program by 10 trillion yen 30 trillion yen, which reduced the demand for the Japanese yen and pushed the dollar to fly over the top level in 11 months against the yen.

On the other hand the U.S. dollar finds further support from data showing an improvement in the economic growth in the U.S. economy, while markets waiting for another improvement in the industrial production data and consumer confidence in the United States of America.

The dollar is currently trading at the 83.51 against the Japanese yen after hitting its highest level at 83.57 and the lowest at 83.35, while the EUR / JPY pair is trading at 109.23 after hitting its highest at 109.31.