Major currencies had challenging times last week as they tried to get the better of other currencies. With ups and downs experienced on a daily basis, which ones would be triumphant by the end of the week?
You never know what will happen when you start looking into the currency markets. This week we can see just how true this is, as the US dollar goes head to head with some of the other major world currencies.
Here we are again, checking out how the US dollar was performing against a raft of European currencies. There would be ups and downs to come, but would the US dollar manage to come out on top or would it struggle to achieve the results it wanted?
It was an interesting week indeed on the currency markets. The US dollar managed to do well in some areas but there were disappointments elsewhere too. Which currencies would perform best over the week?
Some weeks produce a consistent pattern while others produce two different stories depending on which currencies you look at. Here we discover just how well the US dollar did last week, against the major currencies elsewhere in the world.
As it turned out, this would be a dramatic week for one currency more than several others. Here we have highlighted the downward spiral experienced by one particular currency, as well as highlighting the results occurring elsewhere.
If the US dollar was looking for a good strong week this week it didn’t get it. However there were some reasonable results to pick through, and here we have provided the highlights – and the lowlights – for you to consider. There are some notable results to check out.
Some weeks are inevitably more dramatic than others on the world currency markets. Where the US dollar was concerned this week, this was definitely the case.
Yes it would be a challenging week for sure – but which currencies would find it most challenging? Would the US dollar be in for a tough week against all these other currencies around the world?
This week we’ll be focusing on the currency changes that occurred between New Year’s Eve 2012 and January 4th in 2013. It’s a big time of the year for many of us, but will it be a big time for the currency markets too.