DX-Y.NYB - US Dollar Index Futures Cash,Co

NYBOT - NYBOT Delayed Price. Currency in USD
94.677
-0.075 (-0.08%)
As of 5:35PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close94.752
Open94.895
Volume0
Day's Range94.671 - 95.241
52 Week Range94.671 - 98.665
Avg. Volume0
  • It's time to buy emerging markets
    Yahoo Finance Video12 days ago

    It's time to buy emerging markets

    International investors have jettisoned their holdings of emerging market stocks and bonds of late but some analysts and money managers are betting that EM could be poised for a comeback. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin and Rick Newman discuss.

  • Will China’s Trade Data Catch Trump’s Eye?
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Will China’s Trade Data Catch Trump’s Eye?

    While risk appetite returns to the markets, the Dollar looks to have found its some upside in the early part of the day, though it could all change should sentiment towards trade tariffs take another turn.

  • U.S Inflation Figures and ECB Minutes to Drive the USD and the EUR
    FX Empire3 days ago

    U.S Inflation Figures and ECB Minutes to Drive the USD and the EUR

    The risk tap opened this morning, providing much needed support for the Asian equity markets and the commodity currencies, with focus now shifting to the release of the ECB policy meeting minutes and U.S inflation figures.

  • Euro Steady Ahead of ECB Meeting Minutes Release
    FX Empire3 days ago

    Euro Steady Ahead of ECB Meeting Minutes Release

    the ECB will be releasing its monetary policy meeting minutes. The minutes cover the June ECB meeting where policymakers announced a taper to the QE program and an exit from QE by December 2018.

  • The US is Probably Targeting key Chinese Manufacturing Export Industries, Trade War Escalates
    FX Empire4 days ago

    The US is Probably Targeting key Chinese Manufacturing Export Industries, Trade War Escalates

    The United States aims for specific key manufacturing export industries like cotton, steel, and Refrigerators. The reason behind the potential tariffs on these goods is to target the metal products, auto parts as well as the electronics and textile manufacturers.

  • Trump Tariffs Hits Risk Appetite as Focus Shifts to the BoC and the Loonie
    FX Empire5 days ago

    Trump Tariffs Hits Risk Appetite as Focus Shifts to the BoC and the Loonie

    Trump’s threat of more tariffs hit the Aussie and Kiwi Dollar and risk appetite in general through the Asian session, as the markets look ahead to Draghi later this morning and the Bank of Canada’s rate hike and policy outlook this afternoon.

  • Risk Off, Safe Haven Buying On Amid Speculation of New Tariffs on China by Trump Administration
    FX Empire5 days ago

    Risk Off, Safe Haven Buying On Amid Speculation of New Tariffs on China by Trump Administration

    The news hit the stock market hard late Tuesday after investors had driven prices higher on the back of the start of earnings season and dampening concerns over the trade dispute. The early price action in the financial markets indicates that investors are not going to wait for the announcement and would rather take protection sooner than later.

  • Trouble at No10 and Economic Data Put the GBP in Focus
    FX Empire6 days ago

    Trouble at No10 and Economic Data Put the GBP in Focus

    While a number of the majors are in recovery mode, the Pound as come under renewed pressure as high profile members of the Tory Party resign over Brexit, with the threat of another General Election becoming every more real.

  • Trade, Central Bankers and Brexit to Direct the USD, EUR and GBP
    FX Empire7 days ago

    Trade, Central Bankers and Brexit to Direct the USD, EUR and GBP

    It’s been risk on through the early part of the day, with only the U.S Dollar suffering as the markets look beyond the trade tariffs to positive economic data out of the U.S and Germany, though sentiment could turn should Trump make any more moves on trade tariffs.

  • Markets Open to a Quiet Trading Day
    FX Empire7 days ago

    Markets Open to a Quiet Trading Day

    The U.S. dollar was seen trading weaker on Friday despite a broadly positive jobs report. The U.S. economy was seen adding 213k jobs during the month of May with revisions to the previous two months of data showing a net gain of 37,000.

  • Led by Strong Euro, Dollar Tumbles Against Basket of Major Currencies
    FX Empire8 days ago

    Led by Strong Euro, Dollar Tumbles Against Basket of Major Currencies

    Concerns over a fourth rate hike in 2018 and safe-haven buying due to the escalation of the trade dispute between the United States and China, drove U.S. Treasury yields lower. This made the U.S. Dollar a less attractive investment against the Australian, New Zealand and Canadian Dollars. Additionally, the tightening of the spread between U.S. Government bond yields and Japanese Government bond yields, pressured the USD/JPY last week.

  • Technical Outlook For Gold, Silver & US Dollar Index: 06.07.2018
    FX Empire9 days ago

    Technical Outlook For Gold, Silver & US Dollar Index: 06.07.2018

    Gold prices are trading in a range between the $1251 and the $1260.50-$1261 ahead of the crucial US NFP data with brighter favoring the yellow metal’s dip to $1246-$1245.50 in case if stronger jobs report drag the quote beneath $1251. Should the Bullion refrain to respect the $1245.50 rest-point, the $1242.90-80 and the $1237.90 could offer intermediate halts during its plunge towards 61.8% FE level of $1232.20. On the contrary, disappointment from the employment report could quickly fuel the Gold in direction to $1261, breaking which $1266.50 and the $1271.50-$1272 can please the ...

  • Nonfarm Payrolls, Wage Growth and Tariffs Keep the USD in Focus
    FX Empire10 days ago

    Nonfarm Payrolls, Wage Growth and Tariffs Keep the USD in Focus

    It’s another busy day for the markets, with a heavy set of stats out of the U.S and trade tariff chatter there for the markets to focus on through the day, an escalation in trade war talk likely to overshadow any upbeat data.

  • Geo-politics Leaves the EUR in Focus, with the USD in Trump’s Hands
    FX Empire13 days ago

    Geo-politics Leaves the EUR in Focus, with the USD in Trump’s Hands

    The RBA held rates unchanged yet again, with concerns over trade being added to a laundry list of reasons for holding rates unchanged, the EUR and the USD in the spotlight through the day, as geo-politics reigns supreme.

  • A Bullish Case for the USD
    FX Empire13 days ago

    A Bullish Case for the USD

    Now that the second quarter of the year is about to end, it is time to look back and see what the main events on the currency market were. For once, both technical and fundamental analysis was right pointing to a higher USD. Despite the Fed raising rates and ECB keeping the critical interest rate level into negative territory, the EURUSD rose from 1.06 to over 1.20.

  • Rate Hike Expectations Support Dollar, but Fed Members Express Concerns Over Trade War Impact on Economic Growth
    FX Empire15 days ago

    Rate Hike Expectations Support Dollar, but Fed Members Express Concerns Over Trade War Impact on Economic Growth

    The Greenback was primarily supported by the divergence in monetary policy between the hawkish U.S. Federal Reserve and other less-hawkish and dovish central banks. Federal Open Market Committee member Raphael Bostic said he may rule out a fourth rate hike this year if trade issues start to negatively affect the economy.

  • UK Final GDP Revision to Stay Unchanged
    FX Empire16 days ago

    UK Final GDP Revision to Stay Unchanged

    The U.S. dollar was seen holding its ground across some of the currency pairs despite the U.S. first-quarter GDP report showing a downside revision. Data from the Commerce Department showed that the first quarter GDP in the U.S. increased at a pace of 2.0% compared to the previous estimates that suggested the economy increased at a pace of 2.2%. In the U.S. trading session, the core PCE price index is expected to show a 0.2% increase on the month while personal spending and income are expected to rise 0.4% each.

  • Early Action in Stocks, Dollar/Yen and Treasurys Indicates Risk is Back-on
    FX Empire17 days ago

    Early Action in Stocks, Dollar/Yen and Treasurys Indicates Risk is Back-on

    The U.S. stock indexes are following through to the upside after Thursday’s strong recovery from the week’s lows was driven by strong rallies in bank and technology stocks. Treasury yields are moving higher early Friday, a strong indication that today will be a risk-on session in the financial markets. The USD/JPY is continuing to recover nicely from a two-week low reached earlier in the week.

  • The EUR Jumps ahead of Inflation and German Unemployment Numbers
    FX Empire17 days ago

    The EUR Jumps ahead of Inflation and German Unemployment Numbers

    The EU Summit provided much needed support for the EUR, though today’s stats will need to play a supporting role to the EU Summit that could still throw a few curve balls.

  • RBNZ Turns Dovish, with the EU Summit and Inflation to Drive the EUR
    FX Empire18 days ago

    RBNZ Turns Dovish, with the EU Summit and Inflation to Drive the EUR

    The RBNZ just turned more dovish and shower little sign of any plans of a rate hike over the near-term, with Japan retail sales also disappointing. Summits and the Oval Office will place the EUR and the USD under the spotlight.

  • U.S. Dollar Posts Strong Gains Against Safe Haven Currencies as Trade Tensions Ease
    FX Empire18 days ago

    U.S. Dollar Posts Strong Gains Against Safe Haven Currencies as Trade Tensions Ease

    The Trump administration announced it would take a softer stance toward Chinese investment than previously reported.  New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods and shipments unexpectedly fell in May, but data for the prior month was revised higher. The Commerce Department also reported that the goods trade deficit declined 3.7 percent to $64.8 billion in May as an increase in exports outpaced a rise in imports. The government department also said wholesale inventories increased 0.5 percent in May and stocks at retailers gained 0.4 percent.

  • BoE Governor Carney and the Pound in the Spotlight
    FX Empire18 days ago

    BoE Governor Carney and the Pound in the Spotlight

    Carney takes the spotlight this morning with the BoE Financial Stability Report as the markets continue to focus on the global economic outlook and the ramifications of a trade war.

  • Fed’s Bostic Says Trade Tensions Have Raised Risks to U.S. Economy
    FX Empire19 days ago

    Fed’s Bostic Says Trade Tensions Have Raised Risks to U.S. Economy

    Consumer confidence fell well below economists’ expectations in June, fueled by a bleak outlook for U.S. economic conditions. The Confidence Board’s index dropped to 126.4 from a revised 128.8 in May. The index was expected to hit 128.1.

  • ‘Make America Great’. Harley and the USD Don’t Think So
    FX Empire20 days ago

    ‘Make America Great’. Harley and the USD Don’t Think So

    Another risk off session in Asia, as the markets continue to response to the beat of the trade war drum, with tech stocks under the hammer ahead of an announcement on a ban on Chinese investment into U.S tech companies.

  • Another Sell-off in the Equity Markets Drives Demand for the USD and JPY
    FX Empire20 days ago

    Another Sell-off in the Equity Markets Drives Demand for the USD and JPY

    The markets are gripped by the trade war of words, the chances of a resolution ahead of 6th July looking slim. The Art of the Deal seems to be failing and that’s not going to be well received by the markets.