The Japanese Intervention to weaken the Yen has once again failed for the 3rd time in a year. The USD/JPY hit the 76.32 low so far, pips away from the all-time low of 76.25. My previous articles mentioned that the Japan’s intervention will once again be a failure, due to investors looking for safe-haven currencies; other than the U.S dollar and Euro. Intraday bias for the USD/JPY remains on the downside, as long as the 81.46 minor resistance line is not broken. On the downside, if the 76.25 major support line is broken then the currency pair will continue the bearish sentiment and target the high-mid 75.00 level. On the upside, if the 81.46 minor support line is broken it will reverse the bearish bias to bullish momentum and target the 82.20 major resistance line.