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15th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar edged lower in early European trade Tuesday, with traders keeping a risk-on tone ahead of this week’s Federal Reserve meeting.


14th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar was down on Monday morning in Asia, but the focus centered on the British pound and Japanese yen.


11th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar slipped in early European trade Friday, with the euro showing strength as traders took heart from Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting.


10th September – Daily Market Review

The euro held onto gains against the dollar on Thursday as traders braced for a European Central Bank meeting to gauge policymakers’ views on the common currency’s recent appreciation and its impact on inflation.


9th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar gained in early European trade Wednesday, with the sharp selloff in U.S. equity markets prompting traders to ditch riskier currencies in favor of the world’s reserve currency.


8th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar traded higher in early European trade Tuesday, with sterling nursing losses as uncertainty over the likelihood of a post-Brexit trade deal grows.


7th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar traded higher in early European trade Monday, while the euro was weakened by disappointing German industrial production data and sterling was weighed on by the revived risk of a messy end to the Brexit transition period at the end of the year. Data from the U.S.


4th September – Daily Market Review

The dollar traded marginally higher in early European trade Friday, with traders cautious ahead of the release of U.S. jobs data that could shed some light on the strength of the country’s economic recovery.


3rd September – Daily Market Review

The dollar clung to overnight gains on Thursday, as investors trimmed bets against the greenback and sold the euro on concerns that the European Central Bank was worried about its rise.


2nd September – Daily Market Review

he dollar edged higher in early European trade Wednesday, recovering a little from Tuesday’s two-year lows, helped by positive U.S. manufacturing activity and weak German retail sale.