|Day's Range||6.925 - 6.95|
|52 Week Range||6.2342 - 6.9761|
Investing.com - The dollar was flat while the Aussie slipped on Tuesday. Comments by New York Fed President John Williams received some focus as he said the Federal Reserve “will be likely raising interest rates somewhat.”
Investing.com - The British pound rose on Thursday despite concerns that political turmoil in the U.K. could see it leave the EU on March 29 without a safety net.
Investing.com - The British Pound rose on Thursday following reports that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May secured support from her Cabinet for a draft Brexit deal.
Investing.com - The yuan was flat on Wednesday after China reported a mixed economic report card for October. The dollar was unchanged as traders awaited Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell’s speech later in the day.
European rivals of the U.S. dollar rebound Tuesday from their sharp selloff at the start of the week, as Brexit hopes support Britain’s pound though the infighting in London continues.
The demand for the dollar as a protective asset has increased again, which further weighted the stocks. Focus shifts to Italy and the European Commission around the budget deficit.
Investing.com - The yuan inched up against the dollar on Tuesday following reports that U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had resumed talks with China Vice Premier Liu He.
The U.S. dollar retains a slight strengthening posture Friday, after the Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged but signaled that further interest-rate increases were on the horizon.
Adding to the chorus of concerns, the People’s Bank of China says the world’s second largest economy was facing “downward pressure,” Reuters reports
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar was little changed on Friday after the Federal Reserve left interest rates on hold as expected. The Aussie dollar slipped after China reported weaker-than-expected China PPI release.
The U.S. dollar extends earlier gains on Thursday, recovering ground from its post-midterm election slide the previous day, as the Federal Reserve keeps its monetary policy on hold and indicates further gradual rate hikes in the future.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar inched up on Thursday morning in Asia as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's latest policy decision later in the day.
Investing.com - The U.S. dollar slipped on Wednesday as multiple networks including Fox, NBC, CNN, and FiveThirtyEight said the Democrats won control of the House of Representatives, splitting Congress, as anticipated. The Republicans were expected to keep their majority in the Senate.
Investing.com - The Aussie dollar was little changed on Tuesday after the Reserve Bank of Australia left its overnight rate unchanged at 1.5%. The Chinese yuan inched higher as an official of the People’s Bank of China said internationalisation of the Chinese currency is market-driven.
Investing.com - The yuan traded slightly lower while the dollar remained unchanged on Monday after Chinese President Xi Jinping said at the China International Import Expo that Beijing would lower import tariffs and continue to broaden market access.
The U.S. dollar strengthens on Friday after its main rival, the euro, gives back earlier gains on reports that the European Central Bank was considering a new round of long-term bank loans.
Investing.com - The Chinese yuan gained on Friday following reports that U.S. President Donald Trump said he had a productive conversation with Chinese President Xi Jinping on trade.
Investing.com - The British pound rose on Thursday on reports that UK Prime Minister Theresa has struck a deal with the European Union on financial services.
Major currencies are muted on Wednesday, as investors are digesting economic data from the eurozone, China, and the U.S.
On Wednesday, stock markets are developing a rebound. However, the currency markets still demonstrate a demand for the dollar.
Investing.com - The Australian dollar slipped against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday after a weak-than-expected inflation reading, while the Japanese yen was little changed after the Bank of Japan issued its latest monetary policy statement.
Currency traders had to digest yet another blow to European market confidence on Tuesday, after a third quarter GDP read disappointed estimates, while dollar traders received President Donald Trump’s assessment of a possible trade deal with China as positive.