|Day's range||0.738 - 0.74|
|52-week range||0.7346 - 0.8136|
Investing.com - The dollar rose to near eleven month highs against a currency basket on Thursday, supported by expectations for a faster pace of rate hikes this year, while the pound was at the lows of the year ahead of the Bank of England meeting later in the day.
Investing.com - The dollar edged higher against a currency basket on Wednesday in subdued trade amid a lull in an escalating trade dispute between the U.S. and China.
Japan’s yen and the U.S. dollar strengthened against their major rivals on Tuesday, as the escalating trade conflict between the world’s two biggest economies sent investors scrambling for safer assets. Trade tensions between the U.S. and China were already heightened, when President Donald Trump threatened to slap new import levies on up to $400 billion of Chinese goods late Monday, on top of the $50 billion his administration has already detailed. China responded on Tuesday, saying Beijing will have no choice but to take comprehensive measures in response to the U.S.’s trade moves.
Investing.com - The dollar rose to the day’s highs against a currency basket on Tuesday and pared back some losses against the safe haven yen as heightened trade tensions between the U.S. and China soured risk appetite.
Investing.com - The dollar fell to one-week lows against the safe haven yen on Tuesday as escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China weighed on market sentiment.
Investing.com - The dollar pushed higher against a currency basket on Monday, boosted by the diverging monetary policy outlook between the U.S. and Europe, while the yen remained supported as trade tensions underpinned safe haven demand.
The euro was steady on Friday, as the U.S. dollar fell amid trade war concerns. U.S. President Donald Trump announced a 25% tariff on $50 billion of Chinese goods on Friday, with China threatening to respond. The two largest economies in the world have been in a tit-for-tat over global trade tariffs in recent months as the two struggle to reconcile their trade differences.
The euro attempted to rally from its worst week in 19 months, as the U.S. dollar fell amid trade concerns. U.S. President Donald Trump announced he would impose tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese goods, which will be revealed on Friday. The euro was higher but still remained under pressure after the European Central Bank indicated on Thursday that it would hold interest rates steady until at least the summer of 2019.
Investing.com – The yen slid against the dollar on Friday morning trade in Asia after the Bank of Japan kept interest rates unchanged, in line with market expectation, even as the U.S. is set to release an updated list of Chinese products to target with tariffs.
Investing.com - The euro pushed higher on Thursday as investors awaited the conclusion of the European Central Bank’s policy meeting, while the dollar slipped, giving up gains made after a more hawkish sounding Federal Reserve raised interest rates.
Investing.com – The Japanese yen and Korean won gained a little ground against the dollar in morning trade in Asia while the Aussie dollar come under pressure after a weaker-than-expected jobs report.
Investing.com - The dollar and the euro were little changed in rangebound trade on Wednesday as traders awaited a Federal Reserve policy announcement later in the day and looked ahead to Thursday’s European Central Bank meeting.
Investing.com - The dollar stayed strong in morning trade in Asia Wednesday ahead of a policy meeting at the U.S. Federal Reserve expected to shed some light on how many times interest rates may go up this year.
Investing.com- The dollar slid while safe-haven yen edged higher in Monday morning trade in Asia after U.S. President Donald Trump left the G7 Summit early and later tweeted that the U.S. was backing out of the joint communique. Investors are looking ahead to the Trump-Kim meeting later this week and policy reviews by the world’s three major central banks.
The dollar was higher while the euro retreated from earlier gains on Friday, as traders looked ahead to the G7 summit. The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a basket of six major currencies, was up 0.19% to 93.61 as of 5:17 AM ET (9:17 GMT). All eyes are on the G7 meeting, which kicks off on Friday in Quebec, as trade tensions between the U.S. and its key allies remain.
Investing.com – The dollar rebounded in morning trade in Asia Friday, although it was still hovering near three-week lows after sliding in the past few days.
Investing.com - The dollar slid in morning trade in Asia Thursday, staying on the bearish track from the previous day. The Aussie was also losing ground to the dollar after Australia reported a weaker-than-expected April trade surplus.
Investing.com - The euro extended early gains on Wednesday to hit the highest level in two weeks after hawkish European Central Bank comments, sending the dollar lower against a basket of the other major currencies.
Investing.com - The euro hit two week highs on Wednesday after upbeat comments by a senior European Central Bank official, while the Canadian dollar gained, but remained under pressure amid concerns over heightened trade tensions.
Investing.com – The dollar fell below the 94 level in morning trade on Wednesday, while the Aussie got a lift from upbeat growth data that beat expectation.
Investing.com - The euro and the dollar steadied on Tuesday as investors awaited a fresh catalyst after the previous day’s gains as signs of strength in the U.S. economy shifted focus away from trade concerns.
Investing.com - The dollar remained steady in morning trade in Asia Tuesday, hovering near the 94 value, while the Aussie looked bearish ahead of the rate decision of Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) that will come later in the day. The yen dropped after Japan posted softer-than-expected home spending data.
Trade tensions are back in the spotlight, at least for currency traders, and in a week stacked with multilateral meetings and speeches by government leaders, there’s plenty of fodder for headlines that could move the U.S. dollar. “Trade tensions will eclipse the economic data and may even threaten to make them moot,” said Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman.
The U.S. dollar was down against other major currencies on Monday but off its lows, as investors digested signs of rising trade tensions and anticipated the meeting of leaders of the Group of Seven nations later in the week. “The counterpart of the dollar weakening because of a trade dispute would be the euro strengthening.
Investing.com - The euro pared gains against the dollar on Monday but remained supported above the $1.17 level as signs of strength in the U.S. economy offset concerns over escalating trade frictions and political tensions in Italy.