The U.S. will most likely agree to an intervention if the yen surge leads to financial market instability, notes Citi's Todd Elmer.
Former Japan Finance Ministry official Eisuke Sakakibara says yen intervention is a possibility if the pair falls to 95.
The U.K. could see a recession as its current account deficit is expected to widen and economic growth to slow, says Intermarket Strategy's Ashraf Laidi.
Markets are having trust issues, DoubleLine Capital CEO Jeffrey Gundlach says.
In the wake of a global selloff, Brexit could be changing the market narrative in a big way.
Japan issued another in a long-running series of hints that it will intervene on the yen. After the Brexit vote, it might mean it this time.
Bank of Japan policymakers remained deeply divided on whether to expand or scale back its massive stimulus program.
The next recession is probably already here and since there isn't much the Fed can co, it may last longer than the last one, says Michael Pento.
Some BOJ policymakers said overseas economies continued to pose downside risks to Japan, minutes from an April meeeting showed.
Mizuho Bank's Vishnu Varathan on the IMF's finding that Japan needs coordinated policy stimulus in order to boost growth.
Geoffrey Yu, ultra high net worth investment strategist at UBS Wealth Management, talks about the next steps for Japan and its currency.
Japan's exports fell at the fastest pace in four months in May on supply chain disruptions from the Kumamoto earthquake.
The United States is stuck in a 'Peter Pan economy," according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Gold rose more than 1 percent on Friday, supported by a softer dollar and cautious interest rate comments.
Sterling rose as traders evaluated whether the killing of MP Jo Cox may alter the balance of opinion on Brexit.
Crestone Wealth Management's David Sokulsky explains why U.S. and Japan markets might benefit from U.K. leaving the EU.
Yen interventions carried out in the past did not have long-term impacts, says Standard Chartered WM's Manpreet Gill.
The yen's steep climb this month has spurred a startle response among Japan's policymakers who face a fish stew of forces pushing the currency higher.
Sunrise Brokers Ben Collett says investors shouldn't buy Japanese exporters because the Nikkei will weaken before the yen does.
Kapstream Capital Kumar Palghat says the problem for Japan's policymakers is that whenever it is a risk-off environment, the yen becomes a safe haven.