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XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 05, 2021

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The dollar has continued to ascend on the back of a favourable shift in yield differentials. While the 10-year T-note yield has settled at moderately lower levels, under 1.55%, after pushing above 1.580% yesterday, the yield remains up by over 60 bp on the year to date. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 05, 2021

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The dollar has continued to ascend on the back of a continued rise in Treasury yields. The 10-year T-note yield has settled near 1.560% after pushing above 1.580% yesterday. The yield is up over 63 bp on the year to date. The dollar, as gauged by the DXY index, earlier posted a 10-week high at 91.77, which marks a 2.3% gain from last week's low. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 04, 2021

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The dollar has traded firmer on the back of the revived perkiness in Treasury yields over the last day. The 10-year T-note yield was showing a 1.7bp decline, at 1.468%, as of the late London morning session, though remains up by over 6 bp on the week. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 04, 2021

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The dollar has traded firmer on the back of perky Treasury yields over the last day, although a dip in yields today has eroded some of the greenback's upside impetus. The 10-year T-note yield was showing a 2.3bp decline, at 1.462%, as of the early London session, though remains up by over 5 bp on the week. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Mar 03, 2021

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The Dollar was largely range bound through the N.Y. session on Wednesday, pushing slightly higher overall in morning trade, later fading some before steadying near mid-range. There was little FX reaction to the incoming data, where the ADP jobs report missed the mark, while the services ISM was light of expectations as well. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 03, 2021

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The dollar has seen a down-and-up price action, ebbing during the Asian session into the London interbank open and then rebounding during the European morning, concomitantly with a rebound in the dollar as U.S. Treasury yields shifted higher amid the backdrop of rallying stock markets. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 03, 2021

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The dollar's prevailing bias has switched to softening against a backdrop of buoyant stock markets and steady Treasury yields. The DXY dollar index ebbed to a low for the week at 90.67, correcting gains that yesterday left a one-month high at 91.39, while EUR-USD posted a high for the week at 1.2107, having recouped from yesterday's dabble under 1.2000. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Mar 02, 2021

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Risk-off conditions in Asia saw the Dollar rally, though European stocks rallied, and Wall Street largely retained Monday's sharp gains, resulting in the safe-haven USD ease lower through the N.Y. session. The DXY had printed a near four-week high of 91.39 overnight, though later bottomed at 90.75 after the London close. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Mar 02, 2021

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The dollar fluctuated from gains to losses in synchrony with, first, a tumble in Asian equities and, then, a subsequent rally across European equity markets, which was accompanied by a rebound from losses in U.S. equity index futures. The DXY index dropped back to near net unchanged levels around 91.10 after earlier posting a near one-month high at 91.32, while EUR-USD lifted back above 1.2030 after printing a near one-month low at 1.1992. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Mar 02, 2021

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The dollar and yen have gained on an apparent safe haven bid as Asian stock markets turned lower after the head of the China banking regulator warned of bubbles developing in foreign markets and domestic property markets, and signalled that Beijing is looking at measures to manage capital inflows to forestall turbulence in domestic markets. Read more

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