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XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 13, 2021

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FX trade was relatively quiet in N.Y. on Wednesday, keeping the DXY inside of a 90.20 to 90.45 trading band. Incoming data saw December CPI on the cooler side of expectations, though there was little market reaction. Wall Street struggled, though into the close, the major indices were all in modestly green territory. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Jan 13, 2021

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The dollar lifted out of lows, aided by gains against the euro after ECB's Villeroy fired a rhetorical volley across the bows of euro bulls, reminding the forex market that he and his colleagues "are monitoring with particular attention the negative effects of the euro exchange rate." Market participants, meanwhile, overlooked a much stronger than expected Eurozone industrial production data. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jan 13, 2021

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The dollar has declined for a second day, further giving back the rebound gains that were seen in the wake of the Georgia runoff elections in the U.S., and despite tomorrow's detailing by president-elect Biden of the Democrat party's economic stimulus plan. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 12, 2021

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The Dollar was range bound in N.Y. on Tuesday, though ultimately ended modestly lower overall. The DXY touched 90.54 highs early in the session, later easing under 90.30 in relatively quiet trade, after being unable to breach Monday's three-week high of 90.72. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Jan 12, 2021

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The dollar has taken a step back, correcting some of the gains that have been seen since it become clear that the Democrats in the U.S. were going to control the Senate, in addition to the Presidency and House. Some narratives attributed this in part to reportedly large demand for China's yuan, linked to the proximity of the one-week Lunar New Year holiday, even though this is a month away (on February 11th). Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jan 12, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar fell back, correcting some of the gains that have been seen since it become clear that the Democrats in the U.S. were going to control the Senate, in addition to the Presidency and House. Some narratives attributed this in part to reportedly large demand for China's yuan, linked to the proximity of the one-week Lunar New Year holiday, even though this is a month away (on February 11th). Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 11, 2021

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The Dollar rallied to three-week highs in early N.Y. trade, taking the DXY to 90.72, up from overnight lows of 90.03. The Greenback later pared gains, as Wall Street posted losses, albeit from record closing highs on Friday. USD price action has shifted since the middle of last week, as higher interest rates, and prospects for more stimulus have raised hopes for a much faster economic recovery, once vaccines become widespread. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Jan 11, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has put in more rebound distance from the major-trend lows seen against the euro, yen, dollar bloc, and many other currencies a week ago. The U.S. currency has rallied on each trading day since the Georgia runoff elections, when it became clear that the Democrats would control the Senate. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jan 11, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has continued to rise, putting in more distance from the major-trend lows seen against the euro, yen, dollar bloc, and many other currencies a week ago. The U.S. currency has rallied on each trading day since the Georgia runoff elections, when it became clear that the Democrats would control the Senate. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 08, 2021

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The Dollar continued to head higher in Friday afternoon trade, marking its third day of advances. The weaker jobs report took the USD to session lows, with nonfarm payrolls turning negative for the first time since April, though the jump in earnings offset to a degree, allowing the Greenback to recover. Read more

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