老虎机技术打法The safe-haven yen fell to two-week lows against the dollar on Thursday, as the United States and Iran moved away from an all-out conflict, prompting investors to take on more risk and shift focus to an upcoming U.S.-China trade deal and a U.S. non-farm payrolls report.
Sterling fell to a near two-week low against the U.S. dollar after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said there could be a "relatively prompt response" from the bank if the current spell of economic weakness persisted.
China's yuan led a rally in trade-sensitive currencies on Monday while the Japanese yen dropped to a 7-1/2 month low as the imminent signing of a preliminary U.S.-China trade deal boosted sentiment.
老虎机技术打法Sterling extended losses on Monday, slipping further below $1.30, after data showed Britain's economy grew at its weakest annual pace in more than seven years in November.
老虎机技术打法The safe-haven yen slid from three-month highs against the dollar on Wednesday, as U.S.-Iran tensions eased after President Donald Trump signaled there would be no further military action, for now, with Tehran appearing to have pulled back from its threats.
老虎机技术打法The pound erased early gains and fell against the dollar on Wednesday, as investors refocused their attention towards Brexit talks and European policymakers warned Britain could crash out of the European Union without a trade deal in place by the end of 2020.
老虎机技术打法The safe-haven yen and Swiss franc pulled back from recent highs against the dollar on Tuesday as financial markets stabilized, with investors turning more hopeful that tensions between the United States and Iran would not escalate into an all-out war.
Sterling fell on Tuesday as the dollar rose, with investors watching British lawmakers' return to parliament after the Christmas recess in preparation to vote on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's European Union (EU) withdrawal deal.
The dollar rallied against the safe-haven Japanese yen on Monday, but stayed weaker versus the Swiss franc, as market sentiment remained cautious amid concerns about a broader escalation of Mideast conflicts after the United States killed Iran's most prominent military commander...
老虎机技术打法Sterling rebounded on Monday as investors who had sold the currency for safe havens after the United States killed Iran's top military commander returned to the pound.
老虎机技术打法Investors rushed into safe-haven assets on Friday after U.S. air strikes in Iraq killed a senior Iranian military official, sending the Japanese yen to a three-month high, while the U.S. dollar index was knocked by the weakest domestic factory activity in a decade.
老虎机技术打法Sterling extended its losses against the dollar on Friday, testing one-week lows after downbeat data on construction and consumer demand and heightening worries for an economy showing no sign of emerging from Brexit-linked gloom.
The dollar recovered from a six-month low to rise 0.46% on Thursday, the year's first trading day, after a downbeat December that left the index virtually flat at the end of 2019.
Sterling was on track for its biggest daily loss in more than two weeks on Thursday as euphoria after last month's British election gave way to anxiety over the risk of a no-deal Brexit at the end of 2020.
The U.S. dollar index recorded its smallest-ever annual move in 2019, up just 0.24% for the year after a drop in December reversed early gains as trade hopes and investor confidence diminished demand for the safe-haven asset.
The euro, the pound and a clutch of trade-sensitive currencies rallied as the dollar slid to a six-month low on Tuesday, with investors confident that global growth prospects are improving and U.S.-China trade relations significantly better.
老虎机技术打法The dollar dipped to a near three-week low against the yen in thin year-end volume on Tuesday as investors favoured riskier assets, led by renewed optimism about global growth.
老虎机技术打法Thin end-of-year volume on Monday exacerbated weakness in the U.S. dollar, which dipped for its third straight session as investors favored riskier assets.
老虎机技术打法The U.S. dollar weakened across the board on Friday as optimism about the outlook for a U.S.-China trade deal lifted investors' appetite for risk, sapping safe-haven demand for the greenback, in light end-year trading.
The dollar rose to a near two-week high against the Japanese yen on Thursday as optimism around easing trade tensions between the United States and China sapped demand for safe-haven currencies, even as the holiday-thinned trading limited large moves in the FX market.
The dollar was little-changed against the euro in holiday-thinned trading on Tuesday, ahead of the Christmas holiday, while the British pound snapped a five-day streak of losses against the U.S. currency.
The dollar was little-changed against a basket of currencies on Monday, holding near a two-week high, in holiday-lulled trading, while sterling fell on concerns over the British government's hard line on Brexit talks.
Sterling fell to a three-week low against the dollar on Monday, pulled down in holiday-thinned trade by nagging concern over the British government's hard line on Brexit talks.
老虎机技术打法The dollar recorded its best week since early November after a series of strong U.S. economic data releases that make a near-term cut in interest rates unlikely.