The dollar stuck around as disappointing US jobs data and caution ahead of Greece's referendum on bailout conditions kept the market mood subdued.» Read More
The dollar touched a fresh 3 1/2-year high against the yen and a three-month high against the euro on Friday, buoyed by a stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs report.
The dollar surged to a three-and-a-half year high against the yen on Friday and Dennis Gartman, editor of "The Gartman Letter" told CNBC that it will only soar higher, reaching 125 against the yen in the next two years.
The euro climbed to a session peak against the dollar on Thursday as the ECB gave no hints about monetary policy easing in the months ahead after leaving its benchmark interest rate unchanged.
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The euro fell against the dollar on Wednesday, a day before an ECB policy-setting meeting, on concerns the bank may flag future interest rate cuts.
The Dow Jones average hit a record high on Tuesday. Such risk-on appetite has traditionally had a negative correlation for safe-haven currencies such as the dollar. But Ian Stannard, FX strategist at Morgan Stanley believes things will be different for the greenback this time, with global currency market dynamics changing quite rapidly.
The euro rose for a second straight day against the dollar as risk sentiment improved after a major U.S. stock index surged to all-time highs.
The turmoil in Italy, the weak economy in Britain, and leaders' stimulus plans in Japan are making the dollar look awfully nice to currency investors.
The euro remained near a 2 1/2-month low on Monday on rising expectations that euro zone economic worries could prompt the European Central Bank to cut interest rates.
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The dollar rose to a six-month high against a basket of currencies, buoyed by gains against the euro on growing evidence the U.S. economy was showing signs of improving.
With major U.S. spending cuts looming, risk aversion is in the air, lifting the safe-haven yen and denting the Canadian dollar.
Stalemate in the United States over automatic government spending cuts due to take effect March 1 and an inconclusive election in Italy undermined the euro on Thursday.
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The euro traded flat against the U.S. dollar and yen on Tuesday, recouping early losses with the help of U.S. central bank assurances that a bond-buying stimulus program will remain in place.