The greenback is bound sooner or later to feel the effects of intensifying geopolitical rivalry between the US and China
Decision affects only the $5 bill, as it was the last banknote denomination featuring the monarch's likeness.
Nigerians are paying a premium, but probably more for the U.S. dollar than for bitcoin, an analyst told CoinDesk.
The Australian dollar has fallen rather hard during the course of the training week, but it does look like buyers a step back in at the lows of last week.
The Aussie dollar has plunged during trading on Friday, as the US jobs report shocked. The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced 518,000 jobs were added last month, much more than the anticipated 188,000 by Wall Street.
The British pound has gotten hammered during the trading week, as we are now below the 50-Week EMA. Ultimately, this is a market that looks as if it’s going to be threatened significant support underneath.
The Euro has initially rallied during the trading week but gave back all of the gains to show signs of exhaustion.
The British pound has fallen rather hard during the trading session on Friday, as the Non-Farm Payroll numbers came out at over 500,000 in the United States.
The Euro has fallen rather hard during the trading session on Friday, after the United States reported 517,000 jobs added last month.
Sterling stumbled against the dollar on Friday after a much larger-then-expected jump in U.S. jobs growth lifted the dollar as it drove bets that the Federal Reserve could opt for a bigger interest rate hike next month. The U.S. Labor Department's closely watched employment report showed nonfarm payrolls surged by 517,000 last month, blowing past expectations for an addition of 185,000 jobs. "This (NFP) gives the Fed more fuel to continue hiking... further and for longer," said Brandon Pizzurro, director of public investments at Guidestone Capital Management in Texas.
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The US dollar initially pulled back a bit against the Japanese yen, but then turned around to show signs of life on Thursday.
The Bank of England met during the trading session on Thursday, deciding to keep interest rates at 4%. At this point, the market still remains in consolidation.
The Euro initially shot higher during the trading session on Thursday, but then turned around to show signs of weakness by the time New York it’s on board.
The Australian dollar initially trying to rally during the trading session on Thursday but gave back gains after we tried to break out the top of the massive candle on Wednesday.
The Bank of England on Thursday lifted interest rates by a half point, as it tries to quell inflation that still is running in double-digits.
The euro sat at a 10-month high against the dollar on Thursday, ahead of a European Central Bank meeting at which markets expect a half-percentage point rate increase, a day after the U.S. Federal Reserve slowed the pace of its rises to 25 basis points. The Fed also said it had turned a corner in the fight against inflation, its first explicit acknowledgment that price increases are slowing, underpinning market expectations that the end of the central bank's rate-rise campaign is near and cuts could follow. The dollar's most dramatic overnight dive came after Fed Chair Jerome Powell told a post meeting news conference that "the disinflationary process has started", although he also signalled that interest rates would continue rising and that cuts were not in the offing.
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