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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

XE Market Analysis: North America - Jan 08, 2021

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The dollar's correlative pattern with stock markets has inverted, with the currency now rising in step with rallying global stock markets. The catalyst for the change was the Democrat wins in the Georgia runoff elections, which heralds the prospect of much greater deficit spending and warranting higher growth expectations for the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jan 08, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar's correlative pattern with stock markets has inverted, with the currency now rising in step with rallying global stock markets. The catalyst for the change was the Democrat wins in the Georgia runoff elections, which heralds the prospect of much greater deficit spending and warranting higher growth expectations for the U.S. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 07, 2021

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The Dollar rallied for the second day on Thursday, though the bulk of gains came ahead of the N.Y. open. Higher Treasury yields, and prospects for stronger U.S. growth in the coming months due to what will likely be ramped up spending by Democrats now that they are in charge, have driven the USD up since Wednesday. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Jan 07, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has rebounded out of the major-trend lows that were seen yesterday. The DXY dollar index posted a three-day high at 89.95, up from yesterday's 33-month low at 89.21, while EUR-USD dropped over 0.5% to the mid 1.2200s while USD-JPY rallied to a nine-day high at 103.71. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jan 07, 2021

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The dollar has found a footing after posting fresh losses yesterday, despite risk appetite holding up in Asian markets and into European trading. The DXY dollar index has inched above 89.50 after yesterday posting a 33-month low at 89.21. Markets are digesting the largely unexpected outcome in the two Georgia runnoff elections, which were won by Democrat candidates. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 06, 2021

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The Dollar rallied in morning N.Y. trade on Wednesday, despite risk-on conditions. The prospect of further massive fiscal stimulus under a Democrat controlled government boosted Wall Street, and weighed heavily on Treasuries, taking yields sharply higher, and likely providing some support to the USD. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Jan 06, 2021

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The dollar has tumbled to fresh major-trend lows as markets discount a possible Democrat sweep, with one of its Senate candidates, Warnock, having been declared winner in one of the two Georgia runoff elections, and the other, Ossoff, showing a slim lead in the vote count so far in the other election. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jan 06, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The dollar has tumbled to fresh major-trend lows as markets discount a possible Democrat sweep, with one of its Senate candidates, Warnock, having been declared winner in one of the two Georgia runoff elections, and the other, Ossoff, showing a slim lead in the vote count so far in the other election. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jan 05, 2021

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar came under modest pressure in N.Y. on Tuesday, with the safe-haven currency weighed down by a moderate risk-on backdrop. Wall Street headed higher, despite the uncertainty of Tuesday's Georgia Senate runoff elections. A better than expected December manufacturing ISM helped the USD briefly, and aided stocks as well, though the sharply higher ISM prices paid component weighed on Treasuries, resulting in a bump up in yields as inflation concerns begin to take shape. Read more

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