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Greenback lower for the fourth consecutive session

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Thursday for the fourth consecutive session. The index ended the session at 98.46 as progress in lifting coronavirus lockdowns and stimulus plans in Europe weakened demand for safe havens.

Dollar lower as tension between economic giants rises

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was lower on Wednesday’s session. The index ended the session at 98.93 on growing optimism about a global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic on news of a potential vaccine that helped investors dump safe-haven assets.

Greenback lower risk appetite flares

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was lower on Tuesday’s session. The index ended the session at 98.99 on growing optimism about a global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic on news of a potential vaccine that helped investors dump safe-haven assets

Green back softer on Virus optimism

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was flat on Monday's session. The index ended the session at 99.78 and fell slightly in today’s session on growing optimism about a global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and low volatility in the market due to holidays in Britain and the United States.

U.S. Dollar strengthened on increased demand fueled by U.S.-China tension

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Friday boosted by safe-haven demand as a move by China to impose a new security law on Hong Kong further strained the deteriorating U.S.-China ties.

The U.S. Dollar edged higher on increased demand

On Thursday, the U.S dollar traded higher against other major currencies despite the combination of positive and negative data as the increasing tension between the United States and China increased the demand for the greenback.

U.S. Dollar weakened on improved risk appetite

On Wednesday, the U.S dollar traded lower against most other major currencies due to the low demand for the greenback as investors are shifting their investments to risker currencies.

The U.S. Dollar on pressure due to lower demand

On Tuesday, the U.S dollar extended its losses against other major currencies as investors are seeking riskier investments and did not found enough support from data released.

The U.S dollar slightly lower despite optimism about reopening the economy

The U.S dollar started the week lower after the U.S.-China tensions rose over the weekend and as optimism about the re-opening of economies.

The tension between the U.S and China favored the USD

The USD dollar ended the week higher against most other major currencies after a mix of positive and negative data and after the rising tension between the U.S and China.

Dollar gained despite tension increase

On Thursday, the U.S dollar traded higher against most currencies despite unpleasant data and the increasing tension between U.S and China.

Relief after Fed's chief Powell speech

On Wednesday, the U.S dollar traded higher against most currencies after the Fed’s chief Powell speech and by high demand.

U.S. CPI pulled the Dollar down

On Tuesday, the U.S dollar traded lower against most major currencies after the release of U.S inflation data and the increasing concerns about the negative interest rate by investors.

U.S. yields strengthen the Dollar

On Monday, the U.S dollar traded higher against most major currencies after the US Department of Treasury announced that the U.S. 10-year benchmark rate rose to 0.718%. The increase was seen as a positive sign by investors among efforts by governments to reopen their economies.

Dollar finished the week lower

On Friday, the US dollar dropped against most currencies as the U.S economy is still affected by coronavirus pandemic, US Jobless rate is now the worse since Great Depression of the 1930s.

U.S. yields dragged Dollar down

The U.S. Dollar plunged on Thursday’s session against its rivals dragged by the fall in yields as 10-year US treasury yield is down by as much as 10%, falling from 0.717 to a low of 0.622.

Dollar hold gains on Wednesday

The U.S. Dollar Index rose for the third consecutive day on Wednesday’s session versus its main rivals but lost momentum after the ADP Nonfarm Employment report showed the U.S. private sector lost 20 million jobs in the previous month.

The Dollar hold gains for the second consecutive day

The U.S. Dollar Index surged on Tuesday’s session against its major rivals as investors concerned as tensions between the United States and China were revived.

The Dollar starts the week fresh

The U.S. Dollar Index surged on Monday’s session against its counter currencies amid worries of reviving the U.S.-Sino wrangle due to the novel coronavirus.

Dollar finished the week steady

The U.S. Dollar Index stood steady on Friday against its peers after President Trump revived the US-China trade tensions.

Another bad day for the Dollar

The U.S. Dollar declined on Thursday’s session against its rivals dragged by the increase in unemployment numbers, as U.S. Weekly jobless claims hit 3.84 million, topping 30 million over the past 6 weeks.

Wild day for the Dollar

The U.S. Dollar Index tumbled on Wednesday’s session versus its main rivals drifted by weak GDP numbers and took another hit after the Fed decided to leave rates untouched.

Dollar firms ahead of GDP and FOMC Statement

The U.S. Dollar Index seesawed on Tuesday’s session against its major rivals ahead of GDP data and interest rate decision on Wednesday.

Dollar struggles ahead of governmental decisions

The U.S. Dollar Index dropped on Monday’s session against its counter currencies ahead of cheering tones coming from news that several nations. Including some states, are on the edge of easing their lockdown.

Dollar closed the week in the green

The U.S. Dollar Index declined on Friday against its peers, but closed the week with gains, despite positive economic U.S. data on Friday, investors await further catalysts.

OPEC+ agreement goes into effect on May 1

The dollar edged higher on Thursday, adding to the previous sessions

The dollar edged higher on Wednesday

The dollar edged higher on Wednesday, adding to the previous sessions, The U.S. Dollar Index

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Tuesday

The U.S. Dollar strengthened, as investors fled riskier assets amid a slump in oil prices that sapped demand.

U.S. crude oil futures collapsed below $0 on Monday for the first time in history

In Energy news, Oil fell further on as U.S. crude oil futures collapsed below $0 on Monday for the first time in history, amid a coronavirus-induced supply glut.

The U.S. Dollar fell on Friday

The U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the strength of the Greenback against a basket of six major currencies, fell slightly and finished the session at 99.79

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Thursday

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Thursday

Gold prices fell on Wednesday, a day after scaling over seven-year highs

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Wednesday, as investors substituted risky assets with safe-havens

DOLALR LOWER ON ROBUST CHINA DATA

The U.S. Dollar dropped on Tuesday, as risk sentiment returned to the market following better-than-expected economic data from China.

U.S Dollar weakened after Federal Reserve’s massive stimulus package

The U.S. Dollar weakened on Friday as the U.S. Federal Reserve’s massive new lending program for small companies and signs of a slowdown in coronavirus infections reduced safe-haven demand.

U.S. Dollar slipped after the FEDs latest massive stimulus

The U.S. Dollar weakened on Thursday after the Federal Reserve rolled out a $2.3 trillion effort to support local governments and small and mid-sized businesses in its latest move to keep the U.S. economy intact as the country battles the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. Dollar rises over worries from the economic fallout of the pandemic

The U.S. Dollar gained on Wednesday, as optimism that the coronavirus crisis may be nearing a peak faded and as investors are worried over the economic fallout of the pandemic.

U.S. Dollar fell against a basket of currencies on improved risk appetite

The U.S. Dollar dropped on Tuesday, as risk appetite improved on hopes that lockdowns may be slowing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in some countries.

U.S. Dollar continued its rally as COVID-19 crisis escalate

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Monday, as COVID-19 pandemic is spreading and putting pressure into the whole world’s economies, driving them into an unavoidable recession.

U.S. Dollar dominates despite terrible nonfarm payrolls data

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Friday, as investors took shelter in the greenback amid worsening economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

U.S. Dollar rises as coronavirus fuels market panic

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Thursday, as investors are looking at the dollar as a safe-haven to protect against a potential global recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. Dollar gains despite fears of global recession

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Wednesday, despite markets suffering one of the worst economic contractions in decades because of the coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. Dollar rises as investors weigh coronavirus pandemic

The U.S. Dollar strengthened on Monday, as investors prepared for uncertainty and governments forced lockdowns and launched monetary and fiscal measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. Dollar suffered the biggest weekly loss in a decade

The U.S. Dollar weakened on Friday, as trillions of dollars worth of stimulus efforts by governments and central banks helped temper a collapse in global markets driven by the coronavirus pandemic.

Dollar lower on unprecedented $2.2 trillion stimulus bill

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was lower on Thursday’s trading session. The index ended the session at 99.41 as investors expect the U.S House of Representatives to approve an unprecedented $2.2 trillion stimulus later today.

Dollar as falls investors await jobless claims

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was lower on Wednesday’s trading session. The index ended the session at 101.91 as investors await the report of the Jobless claim.

Dollar lowr on massive liquidity measures

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was lower on Monday’s trading session but remained near its three years high. The index ended the session at 102.45 as investors pursued the green currency ahead of a sharp anticipated fall in cashflow.

Greenback higher driven by the Corona pandimic

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies rose for the fourth consecutive session on Friday’s trading session. The index ended the session at 102.91 as worries over tightening liquidity ignited by the coronavirus pandemic drove investors towards cash.

Dollar higher on liquidity shortage

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies continued to rise on Thursday’s trading session. The index ended the session at 102.64 as worries over tightening liquidity ignited by the coronavirus pandemic drove investors towards cash.

Dollar higher as investors scramble for cash

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was higher on Wednesday’s session. The index ended the session at 100.39 after worries over tightening liquidity ignited by the coronavirus pandemic made investors scramble for cash.

Currencies higher verses Dollar on rate cut

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was lower on Monday’s session. The index ended the session at 97.99 after the U.S. Federal Reserve made another surprise interest rate cut.