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The U.S. dollar was generally stronger overnight, despite a deal inked late on Friday that seemingly took the risk of an imminent Greek exit from the euro zone off of the table. Indeed, an extension of Greece’s bailout does effectively…Read More ›
The U.S. dollar index fell overnight as dropping U.S. bond yields undermined global investor demand for the U.S. currency. The greenback pared some of its recent gains against most of its rivals after a lower than expected reading of Q4 GDP sent the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury bond to its lowest level since mid-2013Read More ›
The U.S. dollar put in a mixed performance but was generally lower against its major rivals amid a broad flight to safety in global markets. Investors seeking safety in Treasuries, pushed yields on the benchmark 10-year Treasury to a two-month low, which undermines the appeal of the greenback for global investors.Read More ›
The U.S. dollar was mixed but generally weaker overnight as investors focused on falling oil prices and generally subdued risk appetite. The dollar rallied to multi-year highs against currencies like the Canadian dollar, the Norwegian crown, and the Mexican peso, whose economies remain heavily dependent on oil revenues.Read More ›
The U.S. dollar was pressured again overnight as investors continued to take the quiet start to the week’s data calendar to book profits on its rally to a five and a half-year trade weighted high. Last Friday’s blowout U.S. payrolls report pushed the dollar to new highs by solidifying expectations that the Federal Reserve will lead other major central banks in monetary policy normalization.Read More ›
The U.S. dollar held near the upper end of its recent ranges, within striking distance of a five and a half-year trade-weighted high, before this morning’s all important payrolls report for November. The dollar initially sold off yesterday after the ECB meeting resulted in little solid details regarding an expected sovereign bond purchase plan by the European Central Bank.Read More ›