GBP/JPY was the biggest pip and rate mover this week as it fell 2.3% in a relentless slide.
The pair got a dual portion of political support. A week ago, there was a rally in GBP on trusts in Brexit talks after a poor neighborhood decision appearing for Labor and the Conservatives. Anyway, those discussions failed and the pound listed comprehensively to begin the week.
In the meantime, US-China talks soured and wide hazard avoidance drove an offer to the yen.
Thus, GBP/JPY tumbled to the most reduced since Feb 15 yesterday before a little bob today.
Somewhere else, the story is that the moves were a shockingly little outside of GBP and JPY, given the levy stresses. Credit that to an absence of sureness one way or the other.