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USD Stable, Gains vs. European Currencies amid Next Fed Chief Speculations

The US dollar was stable today against its most-traded rivals but gained on the European currencies, including the euro and the Great Britain pound. The greenback got support from rumors that the next leader of the Federal Reserve may be a hawk.

Canadian Dollar Falls as Uncertainty About Trade Relations Grows

The Canadian dollar fell against its US counterpart on Tuesday as investors grew more uncertain about the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Lower expectations of an interest rate hike in Canada and positive economic data in the United States widened the gap between the loonie and the greenback today.

Euro Declines Against US Dollar on Positive US Import Data

The euro today declined against the extremely strong US dollar after the release of positive US data relating to import prices. This was the fourth consecutive bearish session, which was accelerated by disappointing German ZEW survey data, released early in the European session.

British Pound Weakens Against US Dollar Despite Hawkish BoE

The British pound today weakened against the US dollar despite the hawkish comments made by the Bank of England Governor in his testimony before lawmakers. The pound declined against the US dollar despite the release of positive UK CPI data for September early in the European session.

NZ Dollar Edges Up After Inflation Accelerates Beyond Expectations

The New Zealand dollar traded a little bit higher against some of its rivals, like the US dollar, while against others, like the euro, it demonstrated more significant gains. One of the possible reasons for the rally was higher-than-expected inflation.

Aussie Mixed After RBA Minutes Show No Plans for Rate Hike

The Australian dollar was little changed against some of its most-traded rivals, like the US dollar and the Japanese yen, while gained against others, like the euro and the Swiss franc, during the current trading session.

Canadian Dollar Moves Lower Even as Crude Oil Rallies

The Canadian dollar fell a bit today even as prices for crude oil, Canada’s major export, rallied during the Monday’s session. Market analysts argued that the reason for that is diminishing prospect for an interest rate hike from the Bank of Canada.

Euro Flat in Anticipation of Economic Data & ECB

The euro was mostly flat today as markets turned their attention away from politics towards the next week’s European Central Bank policy meeting and economic data that may influence the ECB decision.

Pound Stable as Markets Wait for Economic Data

The Great Britain pound was stable today amid Brexit uncertainties and anticipation of important economic releases this week. (Update: currently the sterling seems to start a gradual move down.)

US Dollar Ends Week as Weakest Currency After FOMC & CPI

The US dollar ended the week as the weakest currency among the major ones. The euro was mixed, while the Great Britain pound was the strongest.