The U.S. Dollar slipped slightly versus a group of major currencies in Friday’s trading in Tokyo, as investors move their investments out of perceived safe haven currencies and into high yield currencies.
The U.S. Dollar continues to struggle against major currencies, hitting an 8-month low versus the Pound Sterling and a 9-month low versus the Australian Dollar, following the release of yesterday’s better-than-expected housing data out of the United States.
The U.S. Dollar has finally steadied in today’s trading, following a series of lows versus numerous currencies. Yesterday, the U.S. Dollar touched on the lowest price of the year versus the Euro, trading at $1.4246 on the EBS platform.
The U.S. Dollar slipped broadly today inching back toward a 5-month low versus the Pound Sterling, the single currency Euro and those currencies which are tied to commodities.
As reported at 12:57 p.m. in Tokyo, the Japanese Yen slipped against major currencies in trading today, continuing the declines from yesterday.
It’s Memorial Day in the US, so forex trading will start quite slowly. German Ifo Business Climate and the BOJ Monthly Report will stand out.
The U.S. Dollar continued its slide, hitting a new 5-month low versus a basket of six major currencies...
In Wednesday trading in Tokyo, as reported at 3:12 p.m. (JST), the Japanese Yen moved up versus the U.S. Dollar...
The Japanese Yen again slipped broadly in trading as reported at 3:45 p.m. (JST) in Tokyo today, on the heels of a rally in Tokyo share prices...
As reported at 12:15 p.m. in Tokyo today, the U.S. Dollar made gains versus a group of six major currencies; it traded up .2% from Friday’s late trade of 83.161 .DXY in the United States.
In early trading in Tokyo today, the U.S. Dollar defended its position, remaining near its recent 4-month low versus major currencies, following a boost in the U.S. stock markets.
As reported at 5:08 p.m. (JST) in Tokyo, the U.S. Dollar and Japanese Yen both managed to hold on to their recent gains following the release of retail sales reports coming out of the United States...
In early morning trading in London today, the U.S. Dollar touched on its lowest price in four months following the release of a media report detailed in the U.K. F
As reported at 9:06 a.m. (BST) in London, the Pound Sterling made gains against a weak U.S. Dollar and held steady versus the Japanese Yen in Tuesday’s early morning trading in London.
As reported in Tokyo at 4:50 p.m. (JST), the U.S. Dollar slipped in Monday’s trading, touching on the lowest trade in nearly 7 weeks versus the single currency Euro, and a near 7-month low versus the Australia Dollar.