22nd August 2017
On Tuesday, the Greenback went up vs. a basket of major currencies, after falling as much as half a percent yesterday, with market players turning on the annual central banking conference in Jackson Hole this week for an insight into the future of monetary policy.
21st August 2017
On Monday, the Greenback held steady, inching away from four-month lows vs. the Japanese yen. It had plumbed in the previous session as traders turned their attentions from U.S. political unrest to the Federal Reserve's annual central banking meetings, which will be held in Wyoming.
18th August 2017
On Friday, the Greenback pared its earlier gains, trading under pressure vs. its counterparts. It declined against the Japanese yen, amid growing concerns over Trump's ability to implement economic policies, such as tax cuts and infrastructure spending.
17th August 2017
On Thursday, the Greenback struggled against its major rivals after July’s Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes showed policymakers were increasingly concerned about low inflation rates and could delay a rate hike.
16th August 2017
On Wednesday, the Greenback managed to hold steady onto most of its gains made as solid U.S. retail sales data, which hit the largest gain in seven months, kept alive the chance of another interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve before the end of the year.