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XE Market Analysis: Europe - Feb 16, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar and more especially the yen came under renewed pressure as the global reflation trade continued. The MSCI Asia-Pacific and U.S. index futures posted fresh highs, although sentiment subsequently weakened somewhat to push these markets off their highs on news that China is considering limits on rare earth mineral exports to the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Feb 15, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has been trading softer amid a resumption in the reflation trade, and despite the strong rise in U.S. Treasury yields, which has seen the 10-year note yield rise above 1.20% and the 30-year bond yield cheapen above 2.0%. Global stock markets are back in rally mode, oil prices high fresh 13-month highs, and base metals rallied, putting copper and aluminium at fresh multi-year highs. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Feb 15, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has been trading softer amid a resumption in the reflation trade, and despite the strong rise in U.S. Treasury yields, which has seen the 10-year note yield rise above 1.20% and the 30-year bond yield cheapen above 2.0%. Global stock markets are back in rally mode, oil prices high fresh 13-month highs, and base metals rallied, putting copper and aluminium at fresh multi-year highs. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Feb 12, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar firmed in early trade on Friday, seeing the DXY hit four-session highs of 90.74. Gains were short lived however, as selling stepped in at mid-morning, leaving the USD index at 90.38 lows after the London close. Following losses seen this week, the USD appears to be entering a consolidative period, managing to close out the week above its lows. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Feb 12, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has firmed up amid a risk-wary sentiment in global markets, which has seen world equity markets settle lower from record highs. At the same time, market conditions have been thinned by the lunar new year holidays in China and some other Asian nations. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Feb 12, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has firmed up amid a risk-wary sentiment in global markets, which has seen world equity markets settle lower from record highs. At the same time, market conditions have been thinned by the lunar new year holidays in China and some other Asian nations. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Feb 11, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar perked up from early lows, which came on the back of a disappointing jobless claims outcome, later rallying modestly, though sticking inside narrow trading ranges overall. The DXY was held inside of Wednesday's trading band, bottoming at 90.28 before bouncing to 90.47. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Feb 11, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

Narrow ranges have been prevailing in overall languid trading conditions. Japanese, South Korean and Chinese markets were closed today, with the latter commencing the week-long lunar new year holiday. Singapore will be off tomorrow, and the lunar new year holiday will start tomorrow in Hong Kong. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Feb 11, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

Narrow ranges have been prevailing in overall languid trading conditions. Japanese, South Korean and Chinese markets were closed today, with the latter commencing the week-long lunar new year holiday. Singapore will be off tomorrow, and the lunar new year holiday will start tomorrow in Hong Kong. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Feb 10, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

After touching two-week lows of 90.25 overnight, the DXY recovered to 90.48 ahead of the open, before settling into a narrow range through much of the session. A cooler U.S. January CPI outcome weighed on the USD broadly, though following four days of selling, the urgency to ditch the Dollar calmed. Read more

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