A fall in the AUD/JPY rate will be facilitated by a worsening of the Australian
stock market, thereby signalling a weakening of the economy and negatively
affecting Australia’s currency, in addition to the Bank of Japan doing nothing to
effectively weaken the yen. The expected halt and reversal of the Bank of
Japan’s easing of monetary policy is set to raise the rate of the JPY since
expectations of a tightening of monetary policy (e.g. raising interest rates at the
next meetings) will stimulate growth of the Japanese yen.
Investment period ends: 09/06/2017
Expected yield is calculated according to 95% capital protection and the price of the base asset at expiry, equal to 69 JPY.