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    Dollar was stable against other currencies !!!

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    The US dollar was stable against other major currencies. Fed’s stimulus program had influence for dollar stability.The dollar strengthened against the euro. Forex pair EURUSD dropped to 1.3287.The US dollar was steady against the British pound. The currency pair GBPUSD is stronger at 1.5825.

    Against the yen and Swiss franc the dollar soared. USDJPY rose to 99.59 and USDCHF rose to 0.9307.The US dollar was mixed against Canadian,Australian and New Zealand dollar. USDCAD rose to 1.0334. AUDUSD fell to 0.9244 and NZDUSD rose to 0.8144.

    The dollar index, which tracks the movement of the US currency against a basket of other six major currencies rose by 0.10% to 81.77.
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    The US dollar is stable compared to other major currencies. It is still remained under pressure. Reinforced expectation that the Federal Reserve to maintain the current pace of incentive program.

    Euro retreated from a two year peak against the US dollar but the US currency remains weak. EURUSD rose to 1.37660.The European Central bank has announced details of new bank stress tests, a planned review of banks over the next year, before the ECB becomes supervisor of the banking sector in the block at the end of 2014th year.

    In relation to the pound, the dollar has strengthened, while against the yen and Swiss franc fell. GBPUSD fell to 1.61660.USDJPY dropped to 97.39 while USDCHF was down to 0.89340.

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    The U.S. dollar rose against other major currencies. Euro was little changed against the dollar. EURUSD dropped to 1.37890.

    The dollar was higher against the yen. Forex pair USD JPY rose to 97.65. In relation to the pound and the franc, the dollar rose. GBPUSD fell to 1.61580, while USDCHF rose to 0.89520.

    Investors are focused on the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting to be held later in the week. Recent disappointing economic data reinforced expectations that increase the central bank to maintain the current pace of bond buying program

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    Dollar is the official currency of the United States and its overseas territories. And US has strong economy. So, Dollar remain stable for long time.
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    The U.S. dollar was mostly higher against other major currencies on speculation the Fed will begin reducing its bond buying program before it was scheduled.

    Forex pair EURUSD dropped to 1,34800. Compared to the pound, the yen and the Swiss franc, the dollar strengthened. GBPUSD fell to 1.59110. USD JPY rose to 98.85 and USDCHF jumped to 0.91380.

    The dollar index, which tracks the performance of the U.S. currency against a basket of six other major currencies, rose by 0.35% to 80.62.

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    The US dollar has strengthened against most major currencies. Forex pair EURUSD dropped to 1.3486.

    The US currency rose in relation to the yen. USDYEN jumped to 98.64.

    In relation to the pound the dollar began to rise, while against the franc remains at a high level. GBPUSD dropped to 1.5925. USDCHF rose to 0.91161.

    Demand for the dollar is still supported after unexpectedly strong US production data published on Friday, which stimulated expectation that the Federal Reserve will start narrowing incentive program next month.

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    The US dollar was stable relative to other major currencies has made gains after a strong jump on Friday. Then the positive data from the labor market in October strengthened expectations of the Federal Reserve will soon start reducing the incentive program.

    Forex pair EURUSD climbed to 1.33960 from 1.32940 as noted on Thursday. Euro remains under pressure as the European Central Bank unexpectedly lowered its benchmark interest rate from 0.50% to 0.25% and indicated that it is possible for further reduce the rate.

    The dollar fell against the yen. USDJPY fell to 99.10. GBPUSD slightly down at 1.60120 while USDCHF fell to 0.92010.

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    The dollar rose relative to other major currencies and held their gains after comments the Speaker futures Fed Janet Yellen. During yesterday’s speech before the US Senate Banking Committee, Janet Yellen was presented by the need to continue the implementation of incentive measures to strengthen growth and that the growth of employment is very important.

    Euro fell against the dollar. The forex pair EURUSD dropped to 1.34510. In relation to the pound, the dollar fell, but it was higher against the yen and the Swiss franc. GBPUSD jumped to 1.60840. USDJPY rose to 100.38. USDCHF climbed to 0.91800.

    The yen remained under pressure after yesterday, Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said that it is important for Japan to maintain intervention in currency market, as well as the need to use the political options for the instability of the market.

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    Specialist Member RCox's Avatar
    We are definitely seeing some nice upward moves in the Dollar, and this is a move I have been waiting on for months. But I still don't think we are anywhere near the appropriate valuations for the currency, given the fact that all of its major counterparts are posting growth rates that are nowhere near what is seen in the US. Situations like this do become tiresome when the actual economic data does not match up with what is seen in the market's idea of an appropriate valuation. Some might say that the recent Dollar strength is a step in the right direction, but I would counter that by saying that the moves have been relatively limited in all cases except the Euro. I am long Dollars but largely unsure about when I will be closing my positions.

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    Veteran Member hchandra's Avatar
    Tapering When will it happen?
    Posting interesting table to see
    will it happen if numbers achieved?


    Inflation data (CPI) seems moderately below 2% target, currently at 1.2%


    While unemployment currently near 7% target, at 7.3% now,

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