Breaking News

The US dollar weakened amid the anticipation of the announcement of the FOMC decision – 10-06-2020

News Date: 10/6/2020 03:54:26
 

The US dollar fell  against most major currencies, mainly due to the decision expected by the Federal Reserve and the subsequent tense situation. Expectations indicate that the US central bank may take steps to stop the rise in bond yields, this decision is expected to be issued. Later.

The US dollar pair fell against the Japanese yen to 107.45 yen, after it was 1.53%, as the US dollar pair fell against the Swiss franc by 1,0066% down to the price of 0.9486, and against the British pound the US currency declined to a price $ 1.27, down 0.63%, the lowest level in the pound sterling since last March.

On the other side, some currencies will gain after they outperform the US dollar, as the euro, which includes 0.36%, stabilizes at 1.13 dollars. As for the New Zealand dollar and the Australian dollar, both of them offered the upside wave against the American dollar, the New Zealand dollar rose by 0.19%, to settle at the price of 0.65 dollars, while the Australian dollar had difficulty by 0.020%, to settle at the price of 0.69 dollars.

US stock indices closed yesterday evening, as the Dow Jones index lost 1.09%, while the S&P weakened 0.78%. It is also a Nikkei index with the beginning of today’s discussion by 0.66% to 22,939.00 points, while the Topix index fell 0.61% to 1618.53 points.

Latest news

The number of global Coronavirus infections is increasing at an unexpected speed, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said yesterday that the pace of new infections is advancing day after day, and at
11-2020 17 08:37:57

Japanese stock indices closed lower today, due to undermining investor sentiment for fear of a rise in Corona cases, and the Nikkei index fell by 0.53% to 25385.87 points, and over the course of a we
11-2020 13 05:10:43

The US dollar manage this morning, to achieve progress during the trading session, as the « safe currency » rose by 0.04% to indicate 93.073, and the dollar fell against the Japanese yen
11-2020 12 08:11:42

Trump is still trying to raise the curtain on the corruption – as he claims – which was defined by the polling process in the last major US election that was sorted by Democrat Joe Biden,
11-2020 11 08:58:20

Most of the global markets rebounded on Monday, right after the opening of the weekly trading session, after Democrat Joe Biden won the US presidential elections, and both stocks and commodities rebo
11-2020 10 09:23:45

More News

Logs

Advertisements