Some weeks see more challenging circumstances than others for the US dollar. This week would prove to be a tough one, although there were promising results on some days, only to be ruined by poor performances on other days.
Some weeks you see a clear pattern in what is going on in the currency markets. This week we would follow the up and down pattern as the US dollar struggled to get ahead and remain ahead on a daily basis.
After last week’s performance by the US dollar as far as the European currencies were concerned, which way would things go this week? Would the dollar manage to get the better of the major European currencies or would things turn out very differently indeed?
It’s always fascinating to see how the US dollar manages to perform against three of the biggest European currencies – the British pound, the Euro and the Swiss franc. Let’s see how well it managed to perform last time around.
Some weeks we find nothing but poor results for the US dollar, as major currencies from several quarters have what it takes to beat it back into submission. This week would prove to be one of those weeks, as the currency struggled to achieve anything of note.
Some weeks see the US dollar putting in a consistently good (or bad) performance. But this would not be the case this week. Instead we’d see a more up and down performance, one which left us wondering what would happen next.
Some weeks will prove more challenging than others for the dollar. This would turn out to be one of them. Would it have the strength to come out on top against a raft of European currencies, or was there another story in store?
The US dollar would have a challenging week from Monday 20th onwards, and we’ve gathered together the main currencies it went up against in order to see which ones it struggled against over the course of the week.
This week would turn out to have a mixture of good days and bad for the US dollar. But which would outnumber the other and decide whether the week was a good or bad one?
Some weeks are a real mix of results and this week would prove to be no different. The dollar had plenty of work to do and it looked as though it would be a tough week ahead for the currency. But would it come out on top in the end?