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FXstreet.com (Barcelona) - As Sebastien Galy, currency strategist at Societe Generale, notes, the outcome out of recent statements from G7 officials "is the position espoused by Fed Lockhart earlier in the day, namely that the move in the JPY is a side and desirable effect of a central bank pursuing a policy of reflation in line with the core mandate of the central bank."

The analyst expands: "Some Europeans disagree, with massive cross JPY flows going their way. The positive side effect is that peripheral yields are in demand helped possibly by this inflow of foreign capital." Corrections in long EURUSD and USDJPY, in view of the analyst, "remain therefore tactical opportunities to buy back into" Sebastien adds.
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