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    The dollar rate is faltering globally and the euro and the yen are achieving the largest gains

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    The dollar rate is faltering globally and the euro and the yen are achieving the largest gains Empty The dollar rate is faltering globally and the euro and the yen are achieving the largest gains

    Post by Rocky Fri 09 Apr 2021, 6:42 am

    [size=35][size=35]The dollar rate is faltering globally and the euro and the yen are achieving the largest gains[/size]
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    The dollar advanced slightly, today, Friday, but is heading towards recording its weakest weekly performance in the year, as strong data in Europe, a sudden weakness in US jobs numbers, and the Reserve Board's insistence on following an accommodative policy for investors to reduce their bets on the US currency.


    The euro and the yen are also heading for the largest weekly percentage gains in four and five months, respectively, while the dollar index, which fell 0.9 percent this week, stands near its lowest level in two weeks at 92.171.







    And he said [url=https://www.alsumaria.tv/Entity/3805225608/%D9%83%D9%8A%D8%AA %D8%AC%D9%88%D9%83%D8%B3/ar/]Kate Jox[/url]Head of Foreign Exchange Strategy at Societe Generale “In short, the dollar's recovery in the first quarter has run out of steam, as has been the case with bond sales.”

    In the Asian session, the euro fell 0.1 percent, but consolidated above its 200-day moving average at $ 1.1900, while the yen surpassed its 20-day moving average to settle at 109.32 per dollar. The two currencies gained 1.3 percent each against the dollar this week.
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    The euro gained more than two percent against the pound sterling this week, recovering from its lowest level in a year at 84.70 pence, which it hit on Monday, to touch 86.81 pence, its highest level since February, in light of growing concerns about the adoption of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]On the AstraZeneca vaccine.

    The sterling bucked the general trend against the dollar this week, dropping 0.7 percent since the beginning of the week, to settle at $ 1.3723.

    A slight cautious atmosphere in stock markets and the RBA's warning about the risks of excessive lending put pressure on the Australian dollar, which fell about 0.4 percent to $ 0.7623, to go on a path of a weekly gain of 0.4 percent. The New Zealand dollar fell 0.3 percent to $ 0.7036, and is up 0.3 percent for the week.

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