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By in Markets on March 5, 2017
MARKETS • Forex
Dollar drops, Aussie outperforms as risk appetite improves
June 2, 2020
Safe havens the U.S. dollar and Japanese yen fell on Tuesday, and higher-risk currencies, including the Australian dollar, jumped, as risk appetite grew on optimism that the worst of the economic downturn from the spread of the coronavirus is in the past.
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Dollar vs Mexican Peso Technical Outlook: USD/MXN Breakdown Levels
June 2, 2020
Mexican Peso surged more than 15% against the US Dollar with USD/MXN breaking to multi-monthly lows today. Here are the levels that matter on the technical charts.
Trading Sentiment Upbeat for EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD | Webinar
June 2, 2020
Traders are increasingly confident that the global economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic will be swift and solid but they may be underestimating the risks posed by the turmoil in the US.
Pound Rises on Brexit Hopes - 02 June 2020
June 2, 2020
The Pound Sterling clawed to its highest level in a month against its US rival on signs that the British government appeared willing to make some important compromises
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XE Market Analysis: North America - Jun 02, 2020
June 2, 2020
The dollar has remained soft with risk sentiment in global markets holding up. The narrow trade-weighted edged out a new low, at 97.43, which is the lowest level seen since March 16th. EUR-USD has remained buoyant, but has remained below yesterday's 11-week high at 1.1188. USD-JPY remained in a narrow range in the mid-to-upper reaches of the 107.00s, which has been the case for about two weeks now.
XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jun 02, 2020
June 2, 2020
The dollar has remained soft with risk sentiment in global markets holding up, albeit with a weakening grip. Wall Street finished with modest gains yesterday, while S&P 500 futures are moderately in the negative, and while Asian markets and European index futures have gained, they are up by only a limited extent. U.S.