FX Action: USD-JPY has settled around 119.20 FX Action: USD-JPY has settled around 119.20 after lifting from a one-week low at 118.77, which was seen during Tokyo trade. This still leaves the dollar below its 20-, 50- and 200-day moving averages. The latter of these averages is just above spot at 119.29. The Apr-20 low at 118.53 and the Mar-26 low at 118.33 mark key supports. Bigger-picture momentum still looks fairly flat, with the pair having been in a broadly sideways trading pattern since early December, which has roughly been centred on 120.00. There has been nascent speculation that the BoJ may taper its QQE program in 2016, though this is a minority view with just four out of 32 respondents at a recent Bloomberg survey expecting this, while there is a majority who still expect an expansion in stimulus by the end of October. BoJ Kuroda said in a speech on Apr-19 said that while the "underlying trend of inflation has improved...low inflation momentum" is threatening to pull inflation expectations lower.