Yesterday the Canadian dollar showed the strongest growth. Trading sessions ended with the USD/CAD quotes falling by more than 125 points. Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Wilkins said that in the near future the issue of possible tightening of monetary policy will be raised.
In the European trading session, the revised data on inflation in the UK will appear. At the moment, most experts believe that in May, the consumer price index (year on year) will remain unchanged at 2.7%.
It should be recalled that the attention is focused on the Fed meeting this week, which will be held on Wednesday, June 14. At the moment, the probability of raising rates to 1.00-1.25% is 99.6%.
Yesterday's trading ended with a slight decrease in #SPY (SPDR S&P 500 ETF) by 0.02% to 243.36 USD.
At the moment, the 10-year US government bonds yield is 2.21%.
During yesterday's trading, the dollar index (#DX) fell by 0.12%.
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