23rd November 2017
On Thursday, the Greenback edged lower to a two-month low vs. its major peers, having declined after the minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting showed some policymakers were concerned about continuing low inflation in a blow to rate hawks.
22nd November 2017
On Wednesday, the Greenback traded lower vs. its major peers as low U.S. government bond yields continued to fall despite traders turning to high-risk assets in the broader financial markets.
21st November 2017
On Tuesday, the Greenback failed to manage its gains and declined from one-week highs vs. a basket of the other major currencies. The single rose despite ongoing worries over political crises in Germany.
20th November 2017
On Monday, the U.S. dollar settled lower vs. a basket of major currencies, as traders remained skeptical over whether Republicans can pass a historic tax reform.
17th November 2017
On Friday, the Greenback edged lower vs. a basket of major currencies, but losses were expected to remain limited after the House of Representatives passed an important U.S. tax reform bill.