US Dollar Index - Mar 16 (DXH6)

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Month: Mar 16

  • Prev. Close: 96.04
  • Open: 96.03
  • Day's Range: 95.87 - 96.33
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join fx group
join fx group 6 hours ago
more pain coming for dollar until next rate hike ..but long term still up
Nathan Davis
Nathan Davis 8 hours ago
do you all think the us dollar will rise or drop tonight.
AL Mamun Tuhin
AL Mamun Tuhin 58 minutes ago
I think dollar will rise tonight as yellen needs to deliver positive speech otherwise republicans will start criticizing congress
Investing in
Investing in 1 hour ago
Trump who said market is big fat juicy bubble is wining !!! good luck stocks and $
Zhangcheng Xu
Zhangcheng Xu 11 hours ago
On the hour chart, the dollar is clearly supported at 97, 96.5, and 96, and i think that means it will be supported every step of the way down until it pops back up to 100, and once it make a clear pass above 100, 100 would be the new support level. Dollar bulls are looking for a trigger to retest 100 as of now, the global volatility isnt going to crash the dollar much further until china do something dumb again, so yellen tomorrow might be a good trigger that may cause an initial downward piercing but i am sure the bulls would find a reason or another to push it higher(good employment, wage growth or somthing along that line). Recommend hedging a small long order 30-50 basis points below the current rate right before the yellen announcement on wednesday and ride the upward trend(if there is 1) until china market opens next monday which would likely have a devaluation and cause a lot of volatility again
kunal khandelwal
kunal khandelwal 17 hours ago
Dollar inde x to hit 99 in a week
Jeffrey Bromfield
Jeffrey Bromfield 14 hours ago
If not 99 by next week, then by the end of March. Need to see how the ECB reacts with this stronger Euro. I'm also betting the Chinese will weaken the Yuan in the coming months.
DF2830 DF2830
DF2830 DF2830 1 hour ago
It'll be closer to 89 than 99 by the end of this week. Will definitely break 90 by end of March and 80 by election time in Nov.
kilo bar
kilo bar 1 hour ago
Agree...The Petrodollar is diminishing rapidely!
DF2830 DF2830
DF2830 DF2830 18 hours ago
$USD struggling but only the start. Has been tanking since Iowa Caucus, and will repeat same, on steroids, after NH Primary, where once again, the world will have a glimpse of what's coming in terms of leadership. Obama was a great disappointment, but although he did nothing of the bold moves the 'hopeful' were expecting, he at least could be counted on to be cautious. No such luck starting this time next year, and tonight's clown show will drive that home. USD is headed for sub 95 come morning and worse to follow as the weeks and months drag in painfully, exposing a political bench bereft of wisdom and full of rancour, hate and potential violence, just what the world needs more of. America leads? To perdition perhaps. Gold is the other side of that trade.
Zhangcheng Xu
Zhangcheng Xu 11 hours ago
seems just a little partial lol dont u think.
William Gutierrez
William Gutierrez 1 hour ago
Definitely not the two candidates you want leading.
balapremsekar srinivasan
balapremsekar srinivasan 19 hours ago
I think ero/usd becomes 1.18##....
Sanjeev Rajput
Sanjeev Rajput 19 hours ago
USD would go up now
sam rich gfrh
sam rich gfrh 21 hours ago
as i said 95
Wolf's Student
Wolf's Student 23 hours ago
why the USD is going very Down???
AL Mamun Tuhin
AL Mamun Tuhin 22 hours ago
USd is going down as the labor market indication is not good and there is less possibilities of rate hike on march..
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