Mechanical Forex Crossword Puzzles : Central Banks, Kiwis and Asia

As you know each week I release a new forex crossword with new and challenging clues so that you can put your financial knowledge to the test. Last week the crossword had some pretty difficult words such as LONGDATEDFORWARD (referring to a forex contract that has a settlement date after a year) and BUTTERFLY which is a term used to refer to an option strategy where both buy and sell spreads are used. If you had some trouble with last week’s crossword and you would like to see the solution you can take a look here. Last week no one was able to solve the crossword and therefore the prize for last week goes on unassigned.

This week I have made a crossword dealing a little bit with central bank history and trading terms from Asia, those of you who are familiarized with Asian trading might have a better chance here although a few surprises dealing with regions a little bit lower (does Kiwi say anything ?) might also come along your way.

So, are you up to the challenge ? Do you want to win the weekly 20 USD prize or simply have some fun and learn with my forex crosswords ? Solve the crossword and find out if you have the knowledge needed to complete the challenge ! Remember that the first person who solves the password gets the prize at the end of the week :o)

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  • 1. I regulate your money supply
  • 2. When the JPY is joined with a non USD currency, the pair is known as a ____
  • 3. JPY Crosses were very attractive before 2008 for this type of strategy
  • 4. What you would need to use to pay at Latitude: 39 degrees 1 minutes North, Longitude: 125 degrees 45 minutes East
  • 5. Common name of a crisis which began in 1997


  • 6. The yen is very attractive as a safe heaven currency because Japan has practically no ______
  • 7. When you compare the stocks that are bullish on the TSE with those that are declining you are talking about this index
  • 8. He strongly believed that the BoJ would be powerless against deflation until politicians restructured the economy
  • 9. The nest of the current Kiwi chair
  • 10. Act where all agreed to give birth to the yen
  • 11. Some have callled it an economic miracle
  • 12. The four highly developed Asian economies

Answers for this crossword will be released with next week’s puzzle :o)

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