South African Rand vs Japanese Yen - ZAR JPY Trading


Instrument - &ZARJPY

Type - PCI

Structure - Currency

South African Rand vs Japanese Yen Investing

Status: Closed Trading
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South African Rand vs Yen Description

The personal composite instrument «&ZARJPY» reflects the price dynamics of South African Rand against Yen. The base part of this instrument is composed of 1 South African rand and the quoted part – 1 Japanese yen. The asset percentage content of the instrument is estimated on the basis of asset prices on the instrument creation date.

Created by professionals for professionals

The trading instrument &ZARJPY is used for the analysis and trade of the currency cross rate of the South African rand and Japanese yen. The dynamics of this cross rate is an important indicator of the currency markets of the trading partners – SAR and Japan.

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&ZARJPYAssetVolume / 1 PCIPercentageVolume (USD) / 1 PCIUnit of measurеment
Base part1ZAR1.00000.0000.0900ZAR
Quoted part1JPY1.0000.00000.0100JPY
  • The volume to calculate Swap and 1 pip value
  • The size of 1 pip
  • Margin in USD for the volume and leverage of 1:100
  • 100000
  • 0.0001
  • 85.63 USD

Creation date

in pips
Order distance
in pips
Swap (long/short) in pips on Vol8.539 / -19.6398.539 / -19.6398.539 / -19.639
>=116820.301168.20 – 1167453.00>=1168.20
The value of 1 pip in USD for the Vol000
Week dayTrading hours (CET)Local trading hours
Monday 00:00 — 24:0000:00 — 24:00
Tuesday00:00 — 24:0000:00 — 24:00
Wednesday00:00 — 24:0000:00 — 24:00
Thursday00:00 — 24:0000:00 — 24:00
Friday00:00 — 22:0000:00 — 22:00

The personal trading instrument &ZARJPY is used for trade and dynamics analysis of South African rand vs the Japanese yen, as well as multi-year comparative analysis of the dynamics of major world currencies against Yen. For example, by building a percentage chart in the NetTradeX terminal for 5 currencies (EUR, USD, AUD, RUB, ZAR) against Yen, (Fig. 1), it is evident that in the last 4 years the USD gained the most against Yen (+40%), while the Turkish lira, South African rand and Ruble fell against Yen. Furthermore, in 2014 Ruble fell against Yen while South African rand gained against Yen.

South African Rand vs Yen
Limit volumes (USD) for base and quoted parts = 100000.00 ; 100000.00.

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