Yesterday, the US dollar weakened against the major world currencies. The National Association of Realtors USA reported that in April the index of pending sales in the real estate market fell by 1.3%. The report on the German labor market was ambiguous. The consumer price index in the Eurozone (May) slowed to 1.4%. In March, Canada's GDP growth was 0.5%, exceeding market expectations at the level of 0.2%.
Today, the Australian dollar is under pressure. This is due to the publication of weak statistics from China. In May, business activity in the manufacturing sector from Caixin fell by 1.4% to 49.6.
During the Asian trading session, futures for "black gold" showed a positive trend (WTI oil +0.77%). At the moment, the upward trend remains, which can support commodity currencies.
The US stock indexes continue to test historical highs. During yesterday's trading #SPY (SPDR S&P 500 ETF) finished trading at 241.44 USD (-0.02%).
Yesterday, the 10-year US government bonds yield fell and reached 2.20%.
The dollar index (#DX) finished the trading session in the negative zone (-0.31%).
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