|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||77.70 - 77.96|
|52 Week Range||71.70 - 81.49|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.40%|
Is Volatility Set to Drop Further after Stock Market Rebound? The US Dollar Index, whose slide had been stalled in the past two weeks, saw losses as markets recovered last week. Better-than-expected inflation growth should have increased the demand for the US dollar, but the surprise reaction of equity markets was also seen in the forex markets with the US dollar sliding against the major currencies.
NEW YORK, Feb. 01, 2018-- Guggenheim Investments, the investment management division of Guggenheim Partners, today announced the distribution declarations for CurrencyShares ® Australian Dollar Trust and ...
NEW YORK, Dec. 01, 2017-- Guggenheim Investments, the investment management division of Guggenheim Partners, today announced the distribution declarations for CurrencyShares ® Australian Dollar Trust and ...
After years of ultra-loose monetary policy, global markets are beginning to realize they may have to wave goodbye to easy money. In their efforts to save the global system from…
The US Dollar Index (UUP) continued to slide in the previous week due to the FOMC's dovish statement and weaker-than-expected economic data.
The US Dollar Index (UUP) continued with its fall as investors preferred major peers. In the week ended July 21, the US Dollar Index closed at 93.78, falling 1.7% from…
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The dollar managed to turn around from lower levels last week as risks from former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony and the ECB's policy statement subsided.
The US dollar came into focus after the weak US jobs data on June 2. The payroll data was a negative surprise, with only 138,000 jobs being added in May.
The US dollar (UUP) has continued to lose its value with respect to its trading partners. The US Dollar Index fell 1.6% in the week ended May 26, 2017.
The US dollar (UUP) continued to trend lower against its trading partners with the US Dollar Index (DXY) losing 2.1% in the week ending May 19, 2017.