19 July, 2018
The British pound was down against the US dollar, with the GBP/USD pair updating the lows of 2018 after a weak report on UK retail sales. The Office for National Statistics said sales slumped by 0.5% between May and June, well below expectations of a 0.2% rise...
The Australian dollar increased on positive jobs data. Headline job grow jumped to 50.9k seasonally adjusted, well above expectation of 16.6k. Full time jobs grew 41.2k while part time jobs also rose 9.7k...
18 July, 2018
The British pound fell against the US dollar to its minimum levels since September 2017 amid weak data on inflation in the UK and strengthening of the US currency. Dollar is steady today, supported by Fed Chair Jerome Powell’s optimistic comments...
The US dollar rose after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave an optimistic forecast to the US economy and strengthened the view that the Fed is on the way to a steady increase in the interest rate...
17 July, 2018
New Zealand dollar is trading as the strongest one today, lifted by inflation data. Swiss franc is also firm. The British pound is trading as the weakest one for today as support from job data was short-lived. Japanese yen follows as the second weakest...
The US dollar rose slightly against its major counterparts today, as investors are waiting for Jerome Powell, the head of the Federal Reserve, to speak to the US Senate Banking Committee with a report on monetary policy...
16 July, 2018
The US dollar and Japanese yen are trading as the weakest ones, alongside with the Canadian dollar. The greenback remains soft, despite steady retail sales data...
US dollar declines slightly today. Japanese yen is also weak. The British pound is trading as the second strongest one for today, but political risks and this week’s economic data could bring some volatility to the GBP/USD pair...
13 July, 2018
The US dollar retreats slightly after import price index data, but stays the strongest major currency. US import price fell by 0.4% mom in June, below expectation of 0.1% mom. The Japanese yen is also strong...
The US dollar holds steady versus major currencies and stays as the strongest for the week. Australian dollar is trading as the second strongest for the week on risk appetite. The Japanese yen and Swiss franc remain the weakest ones...
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