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21:11:18 - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Dec 18
Underlying: US Dollar Index
  • Prev. Close: 93.47
  • Open: 93.49
  • Day's Range: 93.44 - 93.49
US Dollar Index 93.47 0.00 0.00%

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Metals Prices Rise as Dollar Slumps to Multi-Month Lows
Metals Prices Rise as Dollar Slumps to Multi-Month Lows By Investing.com - 7 hours ago

Investing.com - Metals prices were mostly higher Thursday on a weaker greenback and expectations the United States and China will eventually resolve their monthslong trade dispute. Copper prices...

US Dollar Index drops to 2-month lows, near 93.80
US Dollar Index drops to 2-month lows, near 93.80
By FXStreet - 11 hours ago

The index breaks below the key support at 94.00 the figure. Yields of the US 10-year reference climb to tops beyond 3.09%. Philly Fed manufacturing index came in above estimates at 22.9. The...

Gold Prices Tick Higher as Dollar Slides
Gold Prices Tick Higher as Dollar Slides By Investing.com - 11 hours ago

Investing.com - Gold prices ticked higher on Thursday, as the dollar slumped, boosting the appeal of the yellow metal. Comex gold futures were up $2.50, or 0.2%, at $1,210.70 a troy ounce by 9:25AM...

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The Truth
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Testing $93.30 gl
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Ahsan Zakir
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is this strong dollar? where are bulls now? this is garbage ? absolute garbage ... it's only for sell... who says amerca has. strong econmy .. they have like a tissue paper..
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Ahsan Zakir
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lanat Mari ase ghatya dollar per. asi chutyia economy pr
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Ahsan Zakir
Ahsan Zakir 37 minutes ago
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maa hi mar gai ha Trump ki...
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Yaw Kok
Yaw Kok 1 hour ago
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Probably. A beautiful W :)
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clinton ross
clinton ross 1 hour ago
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What’s the possibility of going back to 93.82 tomorrow?
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Patunja Pateto
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Regarding $$$
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Patunja Pateto
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Is there anyone on this forum you really respect and it's right most of the time?
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Rizwan Bumbal
Rizwan Bumbal 2 hours ago
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Euro going down it mean dollar up and up
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clinton ross
clinton ross 1 hour ago
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How can you be sure of that?
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Alberto Vecchi
Alberto Vecchi 2 hours ago
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The weekly chart looks horrible for the dollar....no support until 89...
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Marty Byrde
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87 will be quick and painless
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Glenn Steiger
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Back up to 95 area first I'd say
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Rizwan Bumbal
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anybody tell me if the Euro index go down it mean dollar go up or not I m new here
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Tiến Phạm Minh
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usd will up flash in today then wait data of CAD
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JOE MARTINES
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Tiến Phạm Minh - I have to agree the scenario is possible considering the gap above is always labeled as a possible target but there's no doubt sellers are in charge right now. Especially since it only retrace 50% back up to 2016.
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question guys, did anyone know if the federal reserve bank of US will increase the interest rate?Answer please.
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JOE MARTINES
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I don't know how when it will break support @ $93.29 and have no idea about the quantity of tricks the market will play on us in this area but after the sellers get their Que to party like rock stars, precious metals show it's true intentions. Good things are allowed to happen to us!!!!!
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mario luchetta
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boys let make history let drop 92.90
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NRML Movie
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LOL
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NRML Movie
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More crash coming :-)
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Hocie Mocie 4 hours ago
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Oleksa Kachka agreed
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Leon Chen
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Oleksa Kachka He is joking, . . NRML Movie is the biggest gold bull on this forum
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Leon Chen_ gold can be bullish? :) Ah... in 2016 I saw
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Neil Faulkes
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93.86 tomorrow minimum
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Trump is getting a weaker dollar without the help of the Fed. This will help exporting in the US, not weaken it. So, dollar down is GOOD for the US economy. :)
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Oleksa Kachka  tightening by the Fed will push up the dollar, but how much is a question. Most believe the interest increase is already priced in. That said, we still go though up and down cycles. I need a big bounce too. :)
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Roman Vanciukas
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Dollar will go up after FED, euro will fall to 1.5 . GL
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Roman Vanciukas Why?  Everyone already thinks the FED is going to raise rates by 0.25.  It should go down unless they surprise and raise by 0.5%
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up
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Michael Turner
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Talking Points: Net worth increase is markedly higher than the first quarter increase of $1.3 trillion Total household wealth is now $123 trillion while debt is $15.7 trillion and government debt is $21 trillion The largest contributor to net worth increase was corporate equity, adding $850 billion in Q2 US household net worth climbed $2.19 trillion in the second quarter propelled by corporate equity gains as the S&P 500 looks to retake record levels. Second quarter growth is notably higher compared to the first quarter where household wealth grew $1.3 trillion. The growth is likely driven by tax cuts enacted by the Trump administration and the strong performance of US equities.   https:// www.dailyfx.com/forex/market_alert/2018/09/20/US-Household-Net-Worth-Climbs-2.19-Trillion-in-Second-Quarter.html
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Goodbye Dollar
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let's make americq great again xD
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Tanking
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Eurcad & Eurusd combined 230+ pips
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Aay below the lower BB on the daily. Will probably retest the 20 day mac next week currently at 94.76
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mario luchetta
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kill this beast let drop dead
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