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US Dollar Index remains depressed below 90.00

The greenback manages to bounce off weekly lows near 89.70, although it keeps navigating a sea of red when gauged by the US Dollar Index (DXY).

The US Dollar Index printed fresh daily highs near 90.40 as US yields jump to fresh monthly highs and dropped back down

The US Dollar Index printed fresh daily highs near 90.40 as US yields jump to fresh monthly highs. The 10-year rose to 1.429%, a new one-year high, and then pulled back. The greenback gained versus G10 currencies, but it still remains in negative territory versus commodity and emerging market currencies amid an improvement in risk sentiment.

The American dollar maintains its sour tone across the FX board but finished the day unevenly

The American dollar maintains its sour tone across the FX board but finished the day unevenly. It appreciated against the CHF, the JPY, and the EUR, but fell against GBP, AUD, and CAD, which reached fresh yearly highs against the greenback.

The American dollar fell against all of its major rivals, amid renewed market’s optimism.

The American dollar fell against all of its major rivals, amid renewed market’s optimism. The greenback seesawed between gains and losses moving alongside Treasury yields, which reached fresh YTD highs, falling sharply during US trading hours.

The greenback weakened against most of its major rivals

The greenback weakened against most of its major rivals, with AUD and GBP soaring to fresh multi-year highs. The American currency edged lower despite US Treasury yields resumed their advances and finished the week at their highest in a year.

The greenback loses further the grip and drops to session lows near 90.50

The greenback, in terms of the US Dollar Index (DXY), loses further the grip and drops to session lows near 90.50. The selling momentum around the index picks up extra pace on Thursday after Initial Claims rose by 861K during last week, disappointing consensus. On the brighter side, the Philly Fed manufacturing gauge bettered forecasts at 23.1 in February albeit easing a tad from the January’s reading (26.5).

US Dollar Index leaps to weekly tops beyond 91.00.

US Dollar Index leaps to weekly tops beyond 91.00. The buying pressure around the greenback accelerates further and lifts the US Dollar Index (DXY) to new highs above the 91.00 barrier.

The U.S. Dollar Index regains the positive ground and retakes 90.50 and beyond

The U.S. Dollar Index, which gauges the greenback vs. a bundle of its main competitors, now regains the positive ground and retakes 90.50 and beyond.

The US dollar weakened across the board as investors reacted to the rising US national debt

The US dollar weakened across the board as investors reacted to the rising US national debt. In a statement during the weekend, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), a nonpartisan organisation, said that the US deficit will soar to more than $2.3 trillion this year, excluding the proposed $1.9 trillion stimulus package. Now the U.S. Dollar Index is at 90.31.

U.S. Dollar Index keeps the bearish trend

The U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the strength of USD against a basket of major currencies, rallied to 90.7 in the early US session and then quickly dropped back below 90.4 in a few hours, triggered the bullish trend of other currencies.

The greenback stays on the defensive and supported at 90.2

The greenback stays on the defensive although it seems to have met decent support in the proximity of 90.20 when measured by the US Dollar Index. Now, the U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the strength of USD against major currencies is priced at 90.38.

U.S. Dollar Index slipped to the weekly lows 90.3

The U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the greenback vs. a basket of its G10 peers, keeps the selling bias unchanged at trades close to the weekly lows 90.40.

The greenback remains defensive on Tuesday

The greenback, when tracked by the U.S. Dollar Index, remains well on the defensive in the 90.60/50 band on turnaround Tuesday.

U.S. Dollar Index has fallen back below the 91.00 level

The U.S. Dollar Index, a trade-weighted basket of major USD exchange rates, has struggled to gain ground on the first trading day of the week and currently trades flat and has fallen back below the 91.00 level in recent trade.

Rough end for U.S. Dollar Index last Friday

It’s been a rough end to what would otherwise have been an excellent week for the US dollar; having started the week just above the 90.50 mark, the Dollar Index had rallied as high as 91.60 by the start of Friday’s Asia Pacific session, a rally of more than 1% at the time. Since Friday’s downbeat January labor market report, half of these on the week gains have gone, and the index is looking precarious sat just above the 91.00 handle.

Gold price slumped beneath the psychologically important $1800 level

reversed its course with American traders returning to markets and rose to its highest level in more than two weeks at 91.58. At the moment, the DXY is gaining 0.4% on the day at 91.55 and is up more than 1% since the beginning of the week.

Most major pairs consolidate this Wednesday, with the U.S. Dollar index retaining most of its weekly gains

Most major pairs consolidate this Wednesday, with the U.S. Dollar Index measures the strength of the USD against a basket of major currencies, retaining most of its weekly gains. The dollar eased just modestly, still backed by hopes of a new US stimulus package.

U.S. Dollar hit 2-month high

The Dollar Index (DXY), a trade-weighted basket of major USD exchange rates, hit two-month highs on Tuesday, printing highs of 91.287 and surpassing the 7 December peak at 91.238 in doing so.

The U.S. Dollar Index appreciated sharply against most major rivals

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the strength of USD against a basket of major currencies, appreciated sharply against most major rivals, with European currencies being the worst performers.

It was an ugly finish to the week on Wall Street with all three major indices dropping and no sector spared from the selling pressure

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies, did not have much movement last Friday, low at 90.07 and high at 90.87, closed at 90.52.

U.S. Dollar Index picks up extra pace and approaches the 91.00 neighborhood

U.S. Dollar Index picks up an extra pace and approaches the 91.00 neighborhood in the second half of the week. The 91.00 area emerges as the immediate target of significance. This area coincides with weekly tops (December 21), and the so far 2021 high (January 18).

US indexes finished the day with sharp losses with policy rate unchanged

The dollar appreciated against all of its major rivals and Wall Street plummeted at the opening, eased ahead of the Federal Reserve announcement, and resumed afterward. US indexes finished the day with sharp losses. The three major indexes lost roughly 2% each.

U.S. Dollar Index dropped in European session

The U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies has been strong at the beginning of the day but quickly went weak. The greenback edged lower against most major rivals, despite investors were cautious throughout the US session.

U.S Dollar Index may remian weak in the 2021

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies has performed badly last week, dropped from the high 90.9 to the low 90.0. According to analysts at Wells Fargo, the US dollar will remain weak during 2021 and in the early quarters of 2022, despite interventions from central banks in the market to curb the strength of domestic currencies.

U.S. Dollar Index dropped towards 90.0

U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies has performed horribly on the last trading day, dropped from 90.4 to around 90.0.

Joe Biden became the 46th US President

Joe Biden became the 46th US President, in a quiet inaugural ceremony. The U.S. Dollar Index pulled back after a minor rally, now trading at 90.45.

The U.S. Dollar Index extended its downside correction

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies has extended its downside correction taking the price down over 0.28% at the time of writing in a risk-on environment as investors cheered comments from the US Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen.

U.S. Dollar moved furth north and approaches the 91.00 level.

U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies moved further north and approaches the 91.00 level. Further upsides could now see the weekly high in the 91.00 region retest in the near term-term.

U.S. Dollar Index has rallied back to fresh highs on the week

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies has been strongly supported on what has shaped up to be a very much risk-off Friday, driving most of the G10/USD pairs weak. Thus, the U.S. Dollar Index has rallied back fresh highs on the week in the 90.70s and has the tendency to continue the bullish trend.

US Dollar strengthened broadly driven by the coming stimulas plan

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies, strengthened broadly amid higher US yields on prospects that President-elect Joe Biden is set to announce a Covid-relief plan, which is reported to amount $2 trillion. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, sounded optimistic about the economic recovery.

US Dollar consolidated above 90

US Dollar keeps the buying interest unaltered above 90.00.

Dollar edges lower driven by the spike in in U.S. Treasury yields

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies dropped on Tuesday’s as a spike in U.S. Treasury yields, The Dollar Index finished this session at 89. 983.as hopes for economic recovery.

US Dollar rebound from the near three-year low hit last week

USD was stronger against all of its major peers as a result of higher US real and nominal US bond yields, as well as a more defensive feel to trade the saw US equities.

Gold falling as the U.S Treasury Yield Rising

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies rebounded on Friday’s session for the second day in a row, The Dollar Index finished this session at 90. 003.as the stimulus hopes.

US Dollar Rebounds From 2018 Low

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies rebounded on Thursday’s session to reach the highest level in a week, The Dollar Index finished this session at 89. 753.as hopes for economic recovery.

Gold Dropped More Than 2 Percent

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies depreciated on Wednesday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 89. 338.as the larger fiscal stimulus package.

Oil Prices Jumped 5 Percent After OPEC+ Output

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies depreciated on Tuesday session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 89. 418.as the U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia were also in focus.

Gold finish at highest level since early November

U.S dollar ended Monday’s session higher after hitting its lowest levels since 2018 against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 89.8 as investors moved into riskier currencies.

Dollar at its lowest since 2008

U.S dollar ended Wednesday’s session lower hitting its lowest levels since 2008 against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 89.6 as markets ignored rising COVID-19 infections and the latest delay in U.S. fiscal stimulus talks to bet on an economic recovery in 2021.

Dollar lower despite stimulus delays

U.S dollar ended Tuesday’s session lower hitting two and a half years low against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 90.00 as markets ignored the delays n U.S. stimulus cheques and maintained bets additional financial aid was still likely.

Dollar lower on relief package.

U.S dollar ended Monday’s session lower hitting two and a half years low against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 90.28 as U.S. lawmakers pushed forward with a COVID-19 relief package.

Dollar lower on Brexit deal

U.S dollar ended Wednesday’s session lower against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 90.34 as expectations for a Brexit deal was imminent, raising hopes the UK might avoid a turbulent economic on New Year's Day.

Dollar higher in a holiday-thinned session

U.S dollar ended Tuesday's session higher against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 90.63 but still below its highs on Monday’s session which reached 91.00, as a new coronavirus strain in the UK frightened investors through holiday-thinned currency markets as Low liquidity inflated the dollar gains in other currencies.

Dollar higher on a new coronavirus strain

U.S dollar ended Monday’s session higher basket of six major currencies to settle at 90.07 but well below its highs on the session which reached 91.00, as a new coronavirus strain in Britain frightened investors through holiday-thinned currency markets while Low liquidity inflated dollar gains in other currencies,

Dollar higher on Virus fears

U.S dollar rose to end four consecutive sessions of losses against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 90.02, as investors sought safety with many countries reimposing lookdowns.

Data From Across The Globe Put Pressure on The U.S dollar

The U.S Dollar slumped to reach two and half years low on Thursday with equities reaching a record high and a stimulus deal approaching. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies broke the 90 levels for the first time since 2018, ending Thursday’s session at 89.77.

The U.S Dollar Falls After The Fed Meeting While Bitcoin Breaks the 20,000 Levels

With major news coming from the Fed meeting, The U.S Dollar moved up during the session but eventually fell after what some say disappointment from the Fed measures and announcements. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended Wednesday’s session lower at 90.21.

The U.S Dollar Back on Low Levels

Another hard session for the U.S Dollar making it reach the previous two years low levels on Tuesday’s session ahead of the Fed meeting and the stimulus hype. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 90.46.

The Sterling Gains While Greenback Dips

The U.S Dollar slumped on Monday reaching past week low levels after stimulus and vaccine hopes, waiting of this week Fed meeting. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 90.72.

The British Pound Falls on Brexit Pessimism

The U.S Dollar finished the last trading session of the week higher on hopes of a stimulus deal and the vaccine distribution news. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended Friday’s session at 90.95.

Euro Gains While U.S Dollar Dips

The U.S Dollar dipped on Thursday’s session on disappointing economic data to give up some gains made this week. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 90.78.

Euro Slides as ECB Sets Monetary Policy on Thursday

The U.S Dollar held firm on Wednesday and rose for fourth consecutive session in row. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 91.02.

The U.S Dollar Continues to Gain

The U.S Dollar witnessed another high session in this week continuing to improve from the low levels of the past levels. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 90.96.

The U.S Dollar Rise For The Second Day in a Row

The U.S Dollar had a slightly higher session on Monday adjusting losses in the previous week. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 90.8.

The U.S Dollar Edges Higher

The U.S Dollar rose on Friday’s session against most major currencies after reaching two and half year low on the previous sessions. The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies ended the session at 92.7.

The Cable At One Year High

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies dropped on Thursday’s session for the third day in a, The Dollar Index finished this session at 90.590.

Dollar trades near two and a half years low

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies dropped on Wednesday’s session for the second day in a row to reach two years and a half low, The Dollar Index finished this session at 90.973.

Gold Rebounding From Five Months Low

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies dropped on Tuesday session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 91.110.

Gold Hits Five Months Low

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies appreciated on Monday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 91.983.

EURUSD reached two months high

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies depreciated on Friday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 91.793.

Market finished flat as Thanksgiving Holiday

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies appreciated on Thursday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 92.003.

The Market Before Thanksgiving Day

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies depreciated on Wednesday session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 91.968.

Gold Fell As The White House Transition

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies depreciated on Tuesday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 92.098.

Gold reached four months low as US Dollar getting stronger

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies appreciated on Monday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 92.348.

Dollar finished higher as coronavirus vaccines hopes.

U.S dollar rose against a basket of six major currencies ending to settle at 92.34 after hoped of coronavirus vaccines.

Greenback lower on rising infection numbers and risks to the fragile global economic recovery.

U.S dollar continued to fall for the sixth consecutive session against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.30, as optimism over COVID-19 vaccines was counteract by worries about rising infection numbers and risks to the fragile global economic recovery.

Dollar lower on expectations of another round of stimulus

U.S dollar fell for the fifth consecutive session against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.40, as the rising coronavirus cases worried investor that the Federal reserve might unveil another round of monetary stimulus.

Dollar lower as Infection rates rises

U.S dollar fell for the fourth consecutive session against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.40, as the rising coronavirus cases offset optimism for the trials of the new vaccine.

Dollar lower on the reintroduction of restrictions in some U.S states

U.S dollar dipped for the third consecutive session against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.53, pressured by the reintroductions of restrictions in some U.S states and the worries about a smooth transition for the white house.

Dollar lower as virus cases rise

U.S dollar was lower against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.72, as traders evaluated the economic impact from a resurgence of global coronavirus cases against prospects for a working vaccine that could help reignite global growth.

Dollar flat as vaccine optimism fades

U.S dollar was flat against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.96, as coronavirus vaccine testing pushed the dollar up but this momentum is starting to fade.

Dollar higher on vaccine hopes

U.S dollar rose against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.98, supported by optimism about a coronavirus vaccine, earlier this week the optimism was offset by worries about how the drug will be delivered and by a surge of new infections in the United States.

Dollar lower on a surge of new infections in the U.S

U.S dollar dipped against a basket of six major currencies to settle at 92.73, as optimism about a coronavirus vaccine was offset by worries about how the drug will be delivered and by a surge of new infections in the United States.

Dollar higher on vaccine hopes

U.S dollar rose against a basket of six major currencies ending to settle at 92.84 after hitting a 10-week low on Friday, on news of the development of a coronavirus vaccine which raised optimism of a global economic recovery.

Dollar Lower as democrats snatches the house

U.S dollar fell against a basket of six major currencies ending to settle at 92.24 and currently trading lower hitting a 10-week low as investors longed trade-exposed currencies after Joe Biden won the U.S elections expecting a calmer White House which could boost world commerce accompanied by easy monetary policy.

Dollar Lower as FED Interest Rate Decision

The U.S. Dollar Index dropped on Thursday’s session against its major currencies as the federal reserve kept the interest rate unchanged, the dollar depreciated against the other major currencies.

The Dollar in the red territories

The U.S. Dollar Index fell on Wednesday’s session against its major currencies for the third day as the investors’ worries about the U.S presidential results, the dollar depreciated against the other major currencies.

One Day For The U.S Presidential Election

The U.S. Dollar Index rose on Monday’s session against its major currencies to reach one month high before the U.S presidential election on Tuesday, the dollar appreciated against the other major currencies.

U.S Dollar Edge Higher Before The Presidential Election

The U.S. Dollar Index strengthened on Friday’s session against its major currencies to reach four weeks high before the U.S presidential election and lockdown in Europe, the dollar appreciated against the other major currencies.

Gold Reached One Month Low

The U.S. Dollar Index strengthened on Thursday’s session against its major currencies for the second day in a row as the U.S GDP came better than expected, the dollar appreciated against the other major currencies.

U.S Dollar Reached One Week High

The U.S. Dollar Index strengthened on Wednesday’s session against its major currencies as volatility as the U.S. election loomed, the dollar appreciated against the other major currencies.

How The Market Will React Before The U.S Election

The U.S. Dollar Index dropped slightly on Tuesday’s session against its major currencies as equities sell-off overall, the dollar depreciated against the other major currencies.

The Calbe Fell For The Third Straight Day

The U.S. Dollar Index strengthened on Monday’s session against its major rivals as slow progress on a U.S stimulus, overall, the dollar appreciated against the other major currencies.

Market Before The U.S Election

The U.S. Dollar Index which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Friday’s session, The Dollar Index finished this session at 92.688.

U.S Dollar Edge Higher on Mixed News

The U.S dollar had a rise on Thursday against a basket of major currencies after its fall to seven-week low on the previous session, conflicting news abouts stimulus deal and economic data led investors to bed on the dollar. The U.S. dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies rose on Thursday to end the session at 92.94.

The U.S Dollar Dive as Elections on the Horizon

The U.S dollar plunged to seven-week low on Wednesday’s session against a basket of major currencies, with the elections are on two weeks period and a relief package hopes rise the dollar continued to dive. The U.S. dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies dipped on Wednesday and ended the session at 92.06.

The U.S Dollar Hits One-Month Low

The U.S dollar witnessed another low session on Tuesday to reach one-month low against a basket of major currencies as talks about a stimulus deal continue after Pelosi seems to retreat from the deadline she had set earlier. The U.S. dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies dipped on Tuesday and ended the session at 93.08.

U.S Stimulus Deal News Drive The Market

The U.S dollar had a lower session on Monday session against a basket of major currencies as optimistic atmospheres among investor due to positive stimulus talks that might arrange a deal before the elections. The U.S. dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Monday and ended the session at 93.40.

A Lower Day For The U.S Dollar

The U.S dollar dipped on Friday’s session against a basket of major currencies despite some positive economic indicators. The U.S. dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Friday and ended the session at 93.68.

The U.S Dollar Sharpens as Equities Fall

The U.S dollar rose on Thursday against a basket of major currencies as volatility in the markets is expected to increase before the elections. The U.S. dollar Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Wednesday and ended the session at 93.80.

Dollar Slides as Election Gets Closer

U.S dollar fell against a basket of six major currencies after its best day in weeks. The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Wednesday and ended the session at 93.41. As one of the most controversial elections in the U.S history gets closer and closer the market volatility seems inevitable, and investors are starting to feel that scenario.

The U.S Dollar Witness a Strong Session

The U.S dollar strengthened on Tuesday against the six major currencies, after hopes rise among investors waiting for the deal on stimulus package, and more fears on several fronts. The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies rose on Tuesday and ended the session at 93.51.

A Flat Session For The U.S Dollar Ahead Stimulus Bill

The U.S dollar had almost a steady flat session after it was on the track for loosening in the past two sessions against the six major currencies, The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Friday and ended the session at 93.06.

Another Lower Session For The Dollar

The U.S dollar continued to fall as it opened the week lower against the six major currencies, The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Friday and ended the session at 93.05.

Dollar lower as markets brace for a democratic win

U.S dollar dipped against a basket of six major currencies ending to settle at 93.67 as appetite for risker assets improved on hopes of some fiscal stimulus before the elections while most investors prepared for a democrats victory.

Dollar higher on decision to call off stimulus

U.S dollar rose against a basket of six major currencies ending to settle at 93.86 after the Republican canceled talks on economic stimulus with Democrats pushing investors away from risky assets.

Dollar in a roller coaster before the elections

U.S dollar fell against a basket of six major currencies ending to settle at 93.49 and currently trading flat as investors most analysts are expecting the U.S recent surge will not last long and the greenback will have a roller coaster in days preceding the elections.

Dollar flat flat as investors waited for news on the health of U.S. President

U.S dollar edged higher against a basket of six major currencies ending four consecutive days of losses to settle at 93.91 supported by economic data from the U.S, and currently trading flat as investors waited for news on the health of U.S. President Donald Trump after testing positive for the coronavirus, sending markets into safe-haven assets.

Dollar lower ,investors eyeing the jobs report

U.S dollar edged lower against a basket of six major currencies for the fourth day in a row to settle at 93.75 as investors favored riskers assets on hopes of U.S stimulus and robust economic data.

Dollar lower on optimism and stimulus

U.S dollar edged lower against a basket of six major currencies for the third day in a row after hitting a two-month high on Friday to settle at 93.89 as investors favored riskers assets on hopes of U.S stimulus and robust economic data.