This article looks at what the banks are predicting for the AUD to JPY exchange rate over the long term in 2022.
AUD to JPY: Optimism to Continue
As the global economy improves, top banks in Australia and New Zealand have a more optimistic outlook for the Aussie (AUD) compared to the Japanese Yen (JPY). This is illustrated in their AUD to JPY exchange rate forecasts in 2022.
AUDJPY forecasts from bank majors 2022
Source: Multinational bank aggregate data
AUD to JPY Predictions in 2022
In the short term
While the banks have predicted for the AUD to JPY exchange rate to rise slightly over the long term, there are plenty of influences on the Australian dollar and the Japanese Yen that can impact both currencies in the short term. These include:
- Ski season in Japan and tourism is better than expected and Japan's economy bounces faster compared to Australia
- Central bank policies to stimulate the economy is more effective in Japan than Australia, supporting the Yen
- Japan or Australia is at risk of potential interest rate hikes as inflationary pressures continue to rise, leading to higher exchange rates
- China’s demand for Australian commodities grows relatively more than Japanese manufacturing imports supporting the AUD
What do bank analysts think about the AUD JPY in the long term?
The best time to exchange AUD to JPY
If you are travelling to Japan for the ski season and need to buy Japanese Yen, the best AUD to JPY exchange rate is when it is high. Alternatively, if you are selling Japanese currency either in cash or through a transfer, you want the rate to be as low as possible.
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