20th July 2017
On Thursday, the U.S. dollar recovered from close to a 10-months low. The Greenback declined as markets pared expectations for progress on other parts of the Trump agenda, such as tax reform, that would have given the U.S. economy a support.
19th July 2017
On Tuesday, the U.S. dollar traded under pressure vs. its peers amid fears that U.S. President Donald Trump is having difficulties implementing his reform agenda. As it turns out, at least three Republicans are set to vote against the bill, along with Democrat lawmakers.
18th July 2017
On Tuesday, the Greenback declined to a 10-month low vs. a basket of major currencies, due to uncertainty over the US’s monetary policy path as well as worries that President Donald Trump could be unable to deliver his healthcare plan.
17th July 2017
On Monday, the Greenback declined to a 10-month low vs. its rivals with the U.S. consumer prices (CPI) going against expectations in June, also retail sales declining for the second month in a row.
14th July 2017
On Friday, the Greenback declined after Fed Chair Janet Yellen's two-day testimony to Congress. Meanwhile, investors remained cautious ahead of U.S. inflation data, which will be released later on today.