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89.81 +0.15    +0.17%
23/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Mar 18
Underlying: US Dollar Index
  • Prev. Close: 89.66
  • Open: 89.71
  • Day's Range: 89.69 - 89.99
US Dollar Index 89.81 +0.15 +0.17%
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Prev. Close89.66
MonthMar 18
Tick Size0.01
Open89.71
Contract Size1,000 x Index
Tick Value10
Day's Range89.69 - 89.99
Settlement TypePhysical
Base SymbolDX
52 wk Range88.15 - 102.27
Settlement Day03/19/2018
Point Value1 = $1000
1-Year Change - 11.16%
Last Rollover Day12/17/2017
MonthsHMUZ
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Doji Star Bearish 1D 11 Feb 08, 2018
Engulfing Bearish 1M 13 Jan 17
Three Black Crows 1W 13 Nov 19, 2017
Deliberation Bearish 1M 14 Dec 16
Three Outside Up 1M 20 Jun 16

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Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  Real-time CFD 89.81 - - - +0.17% USD 23/02  
  NYSE 89.79 0.00 0.00 16,556 +0.16% USD 23/02  

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Reuben Diaz
Reuben Diaz 12 hours ago
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STREET NEWS!----Monetary Policy?....In coming weeks....the most powerful central banking system on the planet...will try to drive the markets....be ready for more than 4 interest rate hikes.....my friends...the ALmighty Dollar is still in a financial crisis(2008)....the value of the dollar(Lady.Liberty)(aka-THe "Georgy").....is still greatly undervalued....a currency represents the stability of a nation.....not the decline....In the coming weeks until the March Fed. MTG....the markets need to hold onto value.....Value is not based on what the Federal Reserve has to say....but the value traders...and investors place in the value of the economic stability of the American.Dream.....Social.Economics will play a major part of the direction of the markets soon to come....stay tuned.....Have an excellent weekend...my friends....P.S. - 89.61...bottom.....sell.....?
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MELKY MEINER
MELKY MEINER 21 hours ago
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https://invst.ly/6qtze Bullish Rally USD after retracement to area 89.2 (DM2) GL
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Max Arora
Max Arora Feb 24, 2018 3:45AM GMT
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Hi. Price now 89.82. Bulls and Bears argue here all the time. That is healthy up to a certain extent. Neither are right or wrong as each person sees the chart from his or her own perspective, experience and knowledge. Either of them is always right?No. This is trading. Most important rule is A trend is your friend till the bend at the end. Price can go 3 ways up , down, sideways. In here nothing goes up or down for ever, that is the charm, craze and excitement of trading. It is not about proving the other person wrong but being right more than wrong yourself. Best traders trade in the present and secure profits when they see them. Hope is not at all a strategy here. We are all wrong and right here. Game of probabilities. The ones who are not wrong are not here among us.
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Max Arora Feb 24, 2018 4:58AM GMT
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Bears.. 1. POTUS. 2. Reverse all of the above.. 3. If there was any country which should have a reason to have lower exchange rate. First prize will go to US. President Trump wants jobs, jobs, jobs. He wants America to be great again. That is excellent. Where are the jobs? Infrastructure spending and manufacturing. These are two major aspects that have been missing. This is the platform among others he was elected upon. Infrastructure spending is coming and we can see that with Tax over haul and what not. If trade barriers which can bring dollar down, can also bring the dollar up if local material was used. Inflation goes up, so does the dollar. MANUFACTURING  is the big one and most difficult to deal with. If you build, do you use is the big question. In this day ad age you need to make and export. Local consumption is saturated. Once goods leave your border, trade agreements, tariffs and exchange rate comes into play. Here is where you need weaker dollar. Mentioned by mistake in open .....
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Max Arora Feb 24, 2018 5:03AM GMT
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by the Pres. Trump and Tres. Sec. These things are done and not spoken openly about, specially in Davos. Lesson both the Gentlemen learnt very fast. Hence among the other reasons I am more or less Bearish on dollar medium term.. 4. Trade war. 5. Currency war.. 6. Kylie Jenner etc etc.
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Max Arora Feb 24, 2018 5:07AM GMT
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To conclude.. . Short term. Bulls 90 / 90.2 / 90.5 / will be extremely difficult to cross 91.. Bears 89.5 / 89.00 / 88.2 and then free fall till 85.
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Felix Wejeyan
Felix Wejeyan 22 hours ago
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I think I’d go with Trump: he says one thing and is doing another thing in the background. In trying to correct the mistake of showing his hand that he needs a weaker dollar, her comes back and bluff that the dollar would get stronger. We all know that the dollar would get stronger; but it seems that is not happening anytime soon. All FOMC members are being intentionally ambiguous, lets see what Powell does next week. I’m not expecting any surprise from him though. Trump would always win, just like he did with his election.
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Max Arora 21 hours ago
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Felix Wejeyan i will agree with you. Its not the words its the actions we need to watch. Trump has always said he wants weaker dollar and that is what he is going to do. He is a business man first. He made a mistake once of saying it out in the open but did not realize at the time that hr was not addressing his local audience but the world leaders that too at Davos. He will not do it again but learnt a very valuable lesson. Elections are soon and he cant  seem to be supporting weaker dollar out in the open. He will say jobs jobs jobs a million times but will not discuss how they will be paid fot ultimately. This audience does not need the whole story. Powell is the key at the moment...short term.
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