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97.41 +0.47    +0.48%
22/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Sep 16
Underlying: US Dollar Index

  • Prev. Close: 96.94
  • Open: 96.89
  • Day's Range: 96.87 - 97.59
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US Dollar Index 97.41 +0.47 +0.48%
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US Dollar Index Overview

Prev. Close96.94
MonthSep 16
Tick Size0.01
Open96.89
Contract Size1,000 x Index
Tick Value10
Day's Range96.87 - 97.59
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolDX
52 wk Range91.88 - 100.6
Last Trading Day09/18/2016
Point Value1 = $1000
1-Year Return0.06%
Last Rollover Day06/12/2016
MonthsHMUZ

US Dollar Index Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  Real-time CFD 97.41 - - - +0.48% USD 22/07  
  NYSE 97.42 0.00 0.00 19,034 +0.38% USD 22/07  

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Aleks Vu
Aleks Vu 1 hour ago
The last four rate hike cycles shows weak or no correlation with USD performance. A break of fib38.2 was good signal for bears. Sell on the very top of this bubble! A cut is most likly to happen from 0.5 to 0.375 this year.
Aleks Vu
Aleks Vu 1 hour ago
1H chart indicates a fake out ...
Aleks Vu
Aleks Vu 1 hour ago
Unless US have fixed their debt than we can talk about strength and greatness and i will be the first to put a bullish bet. Risk on sentiment for commodities, indicies and stocks shows that this is a one way ticket to fib50%. Study the pre brexit effect it reveals where this was going.
Aleks Vu
Aleks Vu 16 minutes ago
But the tricky part here is that a great amount of debt is good for banks since a small increase in rate generates even more profit. For corporations outside US a high valued USD generates less profits back home. Long term effect = bad for trade and exports and making US less attractive for investors.
Aleks Vu
Aleks Vu 3 minutes ago
Sooner or later one bubble has to burst. If its the value of USD or their value of stocks and indicies no one knows for sure. Fed has already said a couple of times and warned about long term effect. IMF gave a hint of USD beeing overvauled 15-20%. Measuring this gives a hint of fib50% being tested first since 38.5 got spiked. A break above previous highs indicates is a REAL signal for bulls. IMO most likly to stay in TR.
Richie Rich
Richie Rich 21 hours ago
Since we have evolved the barter system, money is a medium of exchange that is printed by the govt. backed by the full faith of USA govt, ( which is stable democracy and the oldest in the world ) US $ is stable backed by the assets of USA which is 100 of trillions of dollars. Not to mention the enormous natural resources that can feed the world as usual. So back to currency, the amount of currency in circulation is always to the equal amount of goods and services produced in any country, so people can buy what they want given the amount of their out put or Gross Domestic product. One's income can also be said a per capita income. Which is amount on money they will have in their hands which equals to the work they do or production of goods and services. Central banks in here, which case the Feds have enormous duties, they control the money supply to keep inflation in check , in other words money printed cannot exceed the amount of GDP. A few things I know being a business owner. HELPS!
Richie Rich
Richie Rich Jul 23, 2016 4:22AM GMT
I think he has it confused with China's CNH, which is a basket case. Look at them smuggling dollars out of the country by boats loads and escaping the brutal dictators, thugs and crooks of China. This CNH is consistently devalued to screww other countries to buy less and export more junk. This PRC and its banks are jokers at best. They have no clue how a stock market works, they make up lies and more lies and throw out numbers and actively encourage their own people to buy useless stocks that you can only buy and cannot sell. WOW call that even a stock market is a joke. No wonder they all buy gold so that can cash out to dollars later on and run away. See their connection on money smuggling, literally US $ like drugs or something...that is life in China LMAO !!!!. Then there is South Africa, the rand is just about to collapse. US$ is the king of all kings. China steals all US technology and makes shoddy goods. China is lending than ever now to boost their GDP, a big buble. LMAO. BOOM !
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