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Old 15-09-2023, 10:59
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Default USD Index Corrects Lower to 105.30, Awaits Data

The USD Index (DXY), measuring the greenback against its major counterparts, experiences a slight retreat, trading around the 105.30 level at the week’s end. This decline comes after three consecutive daily gains that followed Thursday’s peak in the 105.40/45 range.

The subdued risk appetite across global markets puts pressure on the US dollar. European markets open with caution, still digesting the outcomes of the recent ECB meeting. Additionally, US yields, which rose on Thursday, are poised to continue their advance.

Market sentiment surrounding the Federal Reserve’s upcoming actions is undergoing a shift. Bets on a 25 basis point rate hike in November are waning, while speculation about interest rate cuts in the second quarter of the next year gains traction.

On the economic calendar, the US is set to release data on Export/Import Prices, followed by reports on Industrial/Manufacturing Production, Capacity Utilization, and the preliminary figures for Consumer Sentiment for the current month.

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