Posted June 30, 2014
Some weeks invariably bring tougher challenges than others and it looked as though this might be one of those weeks for the dollar. Let’s take a closer look to see if this was in fact the case.
Posted June 23, 2014
Some weeks generate a mixed selection of results throughout, and this looked to be one of those weeks. Let’s check out the US dollar and its results through the week as time went on.
Posted June 16, 2014
Some weeks feel as if they’re filled with mini battles everywhere you look. Maybe this would be one of them as the US dollar battled against all kinds of European currencies.
Posted June 10, 2014
We know the currency market has its ups and downs but would this week have more of one than the other for the US dollar? All the answers you need are below.
Posted June 03, 2014
The US dollar is known to be the biggest reserve currency in the world. But is it always the strongest performer? Let’s see how well it did last week against a number of European currencies.
Posted May 28, 2014
The US dollar brings in lots of diverse results when compared to other currencies. Now let’s compare it to several European currencies to see how it performs there.
Posted May 28, 2014
Some weeks prove to be more memorable than others on the currency markets – but would this be one of them? Read our report and decide for yourself whether the US dollar could have done better last week.
Posted May 12, 2014
Some weeks seem like the currencies are wading through treacle to get to where they want to be. It certainly seemed the case for the US dollar this week, as it struggled to get any traction against the most important European currencies.
Posted May 07, 2014
Sometimes the US dollar has a rougher time against some of the European currencies. This would be one of those times. The week would be punctuated with reasonable comebacks but there were not enough of them to provide the best range of results we could have wanted.
Posted April 28, 2014
Tuesday saw the first day back after Easter and the first day of trading after a four day break. Would there be some good results to celebrate once the trading began again?