The global revision limit the carry traders for profit booking at USDJPY 112.00 at the central band/central ceiling at which price level the Fed and the BOJ may stabilize the price for 2.25 % by policy. However, JPY-pegged pairs derivatives already breaking their 2.25 % central parity stabilization and the USDJPY breaking the 105.50 the current estimated lower ceiling of the 2.25% stabilization rate. The price performance interior the 2.25 % stabilization consensus indicated that most carry traders have initiated their liquidation on their investment from major currencies and their denominated debt securities for profit booking.
Should the GDP estimation is continuing to be low then the USDJPY target zone may be revised to 112.00-107.00-102.00 in medium term. However, this could be confirmed if and when the carry traders not to re-carrying the USD at 107.00 in the future. At such, the 107.00 is important level to be watched to evaluate to whether the carry traders are resuming to re-carrying the USD and or the global GDP estimates consistently to down-trending.
Thus, the current short/sell trading on USDJPY limit the target to 107.00 in short term in accordance to the "price trend" and the risk (stop loss) to be managed to the "price trend channel", except the short/sell trading to be executed by single tranche and not by multiple tranches.
It should be noted however, the global GDP estimates may consistently to down-trending but and however the US economy will be accelerated as analyzed and reported by the Bank of New . And, if such condition to be confirmed then USDJPY may resumed to upward for the target zone 107.00-112.00-117.00 from the level of 107.00 but other JPY-pegged pairs under pressure to downward by their target zones. The dispute on the estimation made by the IMF and the Fed and their performance could be measured by the combination of Time Series Currency Band and the Time Series Interest Rate Differential-Based Currency Band in the future.