Yesterday, the US dollar showed confounded results relative to major world currencies. The greatest fall was demonstrated by the GBP/USD currency pair. The head of the Bank of England, Carney, took heed. The Chairman believes that there is no need to hurry with the increase in rates this year since the latest statistics on wages and consumer spending is ambiguous.
The pressure on the euro was provided by weak statistics from Germany. In May, the producer price index fell by 0.2%. Experts expected the index to fall by 0.1%.
In the black gold market, the bearish sentiment continues to prevail. During yesterday's trading, the decline in futures for WTI crude oil exceeded 1.5%. Today, statistics on crude oil reserves from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) will appear. This report may have an impact on the dynamics of the commodity currencies.
Yesterday, US stock indices closed the trading session in the negative zone. SPY (SPDR S&P 500 ETF) decreased by 0.67%.
The 10-year US government bonds yield showed negative dynamics. At the moment the indicator is at the level of 2.16%.
During yesterday's trading, the dollar index (#DX) rose by 0.07%.
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