in Japan have been published important statistics for GDP growth in the second quarter, which showed zero growth. The average growth forecast was 0.2%. The reason for the deterioration of indicators have become weak performance of exports and private consumer spending. Data on the growth of industrial production in Japan by 2.3% in June, which is 0.4% more than the forecast was not able to change the mood of investors. It is worth noting that the launch of additional stimulus measures from the Bank of Japan in the near future is low, but the weak macro-economic indicators in Japan and the divergence in the monetary policy of the central banks of Japan and the United States will stimulate the reduction of the yen in the medium term.