|Day's Range||6.3 - 6.327|
|52 Week Range||6.2342 - 6.9262|
Investing.com – The dollar was driven higher against other major currencies in Asia on Wednesday morning as the yields on 10-year U.S. Treasuries topped 3%, increasing prospects of inflation. The yen and the Aussie were both weighed down by the yield-fueled greenback.
Investing.com - The dollar continued to rally on Tuesday morning in Asia along with the higher yields on U.S. Treasuries that hit a four-year high, and the rally in the dollar weighed down the yen. Meanwhile, eyes were on the Aussie in the morning as Australia released some lacklustre CPI data.
Investing.com – The dollar opened the week rising against other major currencies supported by the rise in U.S. Treasury yields last Friday. This week’s currency market is occupied by a slew of economic data, as investors will see inflation data from Australia, Japan and the U.S. to look for cues.
Investing.com – The dollar rallied against other major Asian currencies on Friday morning. Japan’s inflation data were in focus on Friday as investors looked for cues for the country’s monetary policy.
Investing.com – The dollar was steady against other major currencies in Asia on Thursday morning. Market continues to eye the U.S.-Japan meeting that discusses the trade relations between the two countries to look for directional drivers for the greenback and the yen.
Investing.com – The dollar remained steady in Asia on Wednesday morning and gained slightly against other major Asian currencies. A hawkish speech from Fed official John Williamson Tuesday reassured rate hikes this year, and eyes are on U.S.-Japan meeting this week to look for cues, with talks over trade and an upcoming summit with North Korea that could ease geopolitical strains in East Asia.
The Hong Kong dollar has been stabilized through foreign exchange interventions over the past days, but more action will be necessary to reverse its weakness that has been inspired by a stark interest ...
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Tuesday that President Donald Trump's tweet about Russia and China playing a "currency devaluation game" was a "warning shot." On Friday, the ...
Investing.com - The dollar remained steady in Asia on Tuesday late morning as Syria's situation improved. Investor risk appetite revived amid easing geopolitical tensions as more strikes at Syria seemed unlikely. The market shifted focus to economic data from China, the world’s second largest economy, on Tuesday and the high-level trade talks between the U.S. and Japan this week to look for cues.
President Donald Trump accused China and Russia on Monday of playing a currency-devaluation “game,” as he ramped up his attack on James Comey over the former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief’s scathing ...
President Donald Trump is upset about something. In a tweet Monday morning, Trump fired off a somewhat perplexing thought about China, Russia, currency devaluation, and U.S. monetary policy. “Russia and China are playing the Currency Devaluation game as the U.S. keeps raising interest rates,” Trump said.
Investing.com - The dollar traded lower across the board on Monday late morning in Asia amid mounting geopolitical tensions and U.S.-China trade talks.
Investing.com – The dollar slid in Asia on Friday morning as U.S. trade outlook remained uncertain, despite improving risk appetite amid the easing geopolitical worries over Syria. The market also watched closely China’s trade balance figures that can be directional drivers for risk assets and cues for Sino-U.S. trade relations.
Investing.com – The dollar was weighed down to oscillate around 89.20, this week’s lowest range, in Asia on Thursday morning as U.S. threat of military action in Syria deepened the geopolitical conflicts. Asia’s currency market was dominated by the escalating geopolitical tensions in the Middle East that may get key world players involved, after the Sino-U.S. trade disputes that could translate into a global trade war.
Investing.com – The dollar remained subdued in Asia on Wednesday morning despite the conciliatory comments from the leaders of the U.S. and China that eased the trade tensions between the two countries. The inflation data from Japan and China were also in focus.
Speculation is intensifying over whether Beijing could devalue the yuan in the event of a trade war with the U.S., but there are at least three reasons to think otherwise, according to BNY Mellon.
Investing.com - The dollar gradually picked up in Asia on Tuesday morning after a plunge overnight amid reports of FBI raiding the office of U.S. President Trump’s lawyer. Investors also awaited Chinese president Xi Jinping’s speech at the Boao Forum in early morning to see how the trade disputes between the world’s two largest economies would develop. Xi pledged to ease investment limits to open up the country further, showing signs of easing Sino-U.S. trade tensions.
Investing,com - The dollar fluctuated in Asia on Monday morning as investors awaited for cues from more developments of the Sino-U.S. trade row, which is expected to continue to drive the market this week with the opening of China’s Boao Forum on Tuesday when an official response is expected. Meanwhile, inflation data from China, Japan and the U.S. will be in focus this week.
Investing.com - The dollar extended its loss against the major Asian currencies on Friday morning in Asia as U.S. President Donald Trump ordered trade officials to consider new tariffs on China, creating a bearish economic outlook that again sent the safe-haven yen higher this week. Investors also await the nonfarm payrolls data due later in the day.
Escalating U.S-China trade tensions mean risk aversion is likely to remain the name of the game across financial markets, as investors seek to avoid riskier assets. Yesterday, in a move that rattled global confidence, China announced plans to apply tariffs to 106 U.S.-produced goods, ranging from aircraft to orange juice.
Investing.com - The dollar slipped against the yen in Asia on Wednesday morning amid intensifying trade disputes between the U.S. and China which could hurt the global economy. In addition, the Aussie performed the best in the morning session thanks to the bullish retails sales data.
Investing.com - The dollar traded slightly lower on Tuesday morning in Asia amid the escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China. Risk aversion resulted from fears of a full-blown trade war between the world’s two largest economies sent the safe-haven yen higher. The Non-Farm Payrolls results are also investors’ focus this week.
Keith Bliss of Cuttone and Company joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.
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