If you were expecting a dramatic week ahead on the currency markets, you will not be disappointed. However, if you are supporting the US dollar you may not get the results you wanted.
This would not turn out to be the best week for the US dollar. Instead of being in charge for much of the week, it was pretty much on the back foot. Let’s find out more.
If you are expecting the US dollar to experience plain sailing throughout the currency markets this week, you’d do well to expect something a little different. Even though the currency had some good results, they were mixed in with some rather different ones as well.
Sometimes the US dollar is able to achieve great results against other currencies, but it was not to happen this week. Instead we saw a range of ups and downs, pointing to a tough week all in all – although the end result wasn’t too bad.
Sometimes a trading week will be split into two halves, with one half performing distinctly better for a currency than the other. Would this week turn out to be much like this for the US dollar?
Some weeks provide us with a distinctive pattern on the currency markets. Would this be one of them? It certainly seemed as if the dollar was mirroring its efforts across the markets when we looked at separate currencies.
Some weeks bring good news and some bring bad – while others bring a mix of both. Which version would turn out to be the truth this week, and would the US dollar come out on top or not?
There were some interesting results in store for the US dollar this week. With no single pattern in evidence as we explored the results, it seemed it had more power against some currencies than others. Find out what happened here.
Some weeks are more challenging than others for some currencies, and this was definitely a challenging time when it came to the US dollar. Here we can find out why this was the case, and see how it performed on a daily basis.
With just four days to play with this week, it was clear the US dollar had its work cut out for it. Let’s see whether the dollar could achieve some good results against other currencies, or whether it would finish up on a lower rate.