The US Dollar Index (DXY) initiates a new month of trading on Friday with a slightly lower open at the 103.7 level.
Another shutdown is looming in the US. What does all this mean for the Dollar? Economists at Commerzbank analyze Greenback’s outlook.
Much of the adjustment to US rate expectations may be complete for now.
The US Dollar (USD) is flat in the European trading session as markets brace for the last economic data releases for the week.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) is down modestly on the session so far but is heading for a mild gain on the week.
The US Dollar has entered a consolidative phase. The Dollar may still struggle to find clear direction in March, but economists at ING expect USD bearish pressure to intensify from the second quarter.
The US Dollar (USD) consolidates gains following Thursday’s rebound.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) recovers above the 104.00 barrier during the early Asian trading hours on Friday.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) is trading near 104 and keeps gaining traction due to markets delaying rate cuts from the Federal Reserve (Fed).
The US Dollar (USD) extends losses on Thursday’s European session ahead of the US Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index data release.
There is still room for USD upside, economists at Commerzbank say.
Today's PCE inflation print for January is the latest signpost in the enthralling rate debate.
The US releases Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) figures today.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) edges lower to 103.85 after retreating from weekly highs of 104.25 during the early European session on Thursday.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) is trading around 104.00, experiencing its first significant rise since mid-February after hitting 104.20 earlier in the session.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) recovers above 104.00. Economists at Scotiabank analyze Greenback’s outlook.
The US Dollar (USD) is recovering on Wednesday to a five-day high driven by safe-haven inflows. Markets got shaken by a mix of elements coming from China and New Zealand. In China, additional measures were issued to support the housing,
The US Dollar moves decisively higher early Wednesday. Economists at ING analyze Greenback’s outlook.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) rebounds to nearly the 104.00 mark during the early European session on Wednesday.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) is currently trading neutrally near the 103.80 mark.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) is up 2.4% since January on repricing of Fed cuts from six to three.
The US Dollar (USD) is mildly in the red, trading overall is down against most major peers, especially the Japanese Yen, which is nearly 0.50% stronger against the Greenback.
The US Dollar (USD) struggles to stay resilient on Tuesday.
The US Dollar (USD) trades with a mild negative bias during the Asian session on Tuesday and remains well within the striking distance of its lowest level since February 2 touched last week.
The US Dollar Index (DXY) is trading at 103.80, reflecting a slight decline.
The US Dollar (USD) ended a run of five weeks of gains. Economists at Société Générale analyze Greenback’s outlook.
Thursday will see the release of the PCE deflator for January, the measure that the Fed considers most appropriate for measuring price stability.
Last week, the US Dollar Index (DXY) closed lower in the biggest move against the USD since late December.
The US Dollar (USD) is inching lower on Monday, extending Friday’s declines. Two main drivers for the Greenback to keep in mind this Monday: First, the landslide victory for former US President Donald Trump over Nikki Haley’s home state
Economists at ING expect an above-consensus 0.4% Core PCE read on Thursday, which should support the Dollar this week.