Dollar fall ahead of US unemployment claims

2021-04-22 12:50:50 GMT (Economies.com)
Dollar fall ahead of US unemployment claims

The US dollar fell on Thursday, to deepen its losses for the second straight day, amid strong risk appetite after most global stock markets rallied, while the US Treasury bond yields fell, ahead of the US unemployment claims reading.

 

The dollar index fell over 0.1% to 91.00 points, after opening at 91.11 points, and hit a high of 91.20 points.

 

The US dollar fell 0.1% yesterday, after a strong rebound in US stocks.

 

The 10-year US treasury yields fell 1.8% today to a 1-week low of 1.531%, which lifts the market's risk appetite. 

 

At 12:30 GMT, the US unemployment claims reading is expected up to 0.607 million during the week ending April 16, from 0.576 million during the previous week.

 
 
 
  Symbol Last Change Chg.%
1.2088
-0.0085
0.6966%
1.4045
-0.0091
0.6469%
Tadawul
10322.68
86.96
0.85%
26.962
-0.842
3.028%
64.720
-0.672
1.028%
67.90
-1.42
2.05%
1819.525
-24.700
1.339%
 
 
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