On Monday, the Greenback jumped to an 11-month high vs. a basket of major currencies, in step with a rise in U.S. bond yields as investors bet fiscal and trade policies under a Donald Trump administration would increase the inflation. The U.S. dollar index settled above 100 pips for the first time in a year.
Also on Monday, Japan's economic unexpectedly rose in the third quarter. USD jumped to the key resistance of ¥108 vs. JPY and could break ¥110. Technically, the pair is unlikely to touch new highs during the week.
Gold fell to $1,211 yesterday and found some support from the levels that make up the 50% point of the last high wave, which gold touched last year. Technically, the yellow metal could be recovered once again affected by such level.
GBP fell as much as 1% vs. USD, negatively affected by a strong USD, which supported by the rise of the interest rates on short-term Treasury bills.
Cable traded below $1.25 and could extend its losses with a tendency to stability as the greenback may decline.
On Monday, Oil prices settled near its lowest level in 3-month affected by global supply overflow and low oil prices.
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