We have a reduced week of trading this week, with the usual five days of trading reduced to three for the Christmas vacation period. But it didn’t mean it would be a dull week, as you are about to find out.
The US dollar had some challenges in store this week, as it went head to head with a number of major currencies. We’ve got the results for you right here – and they make for interesting reading.
Some weeks are invariably hard work for some currencies, and so it would prove to be the case this week for the US dollar against all manner of other currencies. Let’s find out just what happened.
Some weeks provide some serious challenges for currencies on the world markets. This would certainly be an interesting week to focus in on, as the results will soon reveal.
Some weeks are made from pure hard work on the currency markets. This week would turn out to be just like that for the US dollar. Let’s see how things panned out.
You can never quite tell how the currency markets are going to play out. Sometimes the US dollar will have a great week and at other times it will struggle for every small improvement it makes – as was the case last week.
Some weeks have quite interesting and challenging days to explore. This was certainly true this week, when the US dollar took on a number of currencies in the hope of coming out on top. Would it work this week?
Some weeks there is a clear winner on the currency markets, but this would not be one of them. Let’s see how well – or not – the US dollar did against a range of European currencies last week.
The US dollar is positioned to have an interesting week ahead of it. With the election looming, will it have any effect on the US currency? How will it stand against the currencies from Europe? Will they have enough to battle against it or not?
Last week was an interesting one for the currency markets. The US dollar took on a range of European currencies, so which ones would it perform well against and which ones would it suffer against? Let’s find out what really happened and how the dollar stands now.