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This scientific research paper presents an innovative approach based on deep reinforcement learning (DRL) to solve the algorithmic trading problem of determining the optimal trading position at any point in time during a trading activity in stock markets. It proposes a novel DRL trading strategy so as to maximise the resulting Sharpe ratio performance indicator on a broad range of stock markets. Denominated the Trading Deep Q-Network algorithm (TDQN), this new trading strategy is inspired from the popular DQN algorithm and significantly adapted to the specific algorithmic trading problem at hand. The training of the resulting reinforcement learning (RL) agent is entirely based on the generation of artificial trajectories from a limited set of stock market historical data. In order to objectively assess the performance of trading strategies, the research paper also proposes a novel, more rigorous performance assessment methodology. Following this new performance assessment approach, promising results are reported for the TDQN strategy.
The dollar was firmer around ¥113.40 in Tokyo trading late Wednesday, as investors retreated to the sidelines to see the U.S. consumer price index for November, due out later in the day. At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at ¥113.40-40, up from ¥113.11-11 at the same time on Tuesday. The euro was at $1.1324-1324, down from $1.1369-1370, and at ¥128.41-42, down from ¥128.60-61. After moving around ¥113.40 in early trading, the dollar rose to around ¥113.50 in midmorning trading as the benchmark 225-issue Nikkei stock average accelerated its upswing after a strong start. With its topside heavy around ¥113.50, the dollar mostly moved in a tight range above ¥113.40 in the afternoon amid a wait-and-see mood, traders said.
The dollar was slightly weaker below ¥112.30 in Tokyo trading late Thursday, hit by selling to lock in profits. At 5 p.m. the dollar stood at ¥112.21-21, down from ¥112.32-32 at the same time on Wednesday. The euro was at $1.1697-1697, down from $1.1700-1700, and at ¥131.26-27, down from ¥131.41-42. In the early afternoon, the U.S. currency rose above ¥112.20 in line with a rise in the benchmark Nikkei 225 average. The dollar fell below ¥112.10 after news broke around 2 p.m. that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a party election to continue leading the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, but the greenback soon recovered above ¥112.10.