The EUR/USD pair rose to 1.1816 in the initial session on Wednesday. The quote consolidated on the previous day’s jump amid the US dollar’s sloppy performance across the board. However, the bulls remained wary amid the on-going coronavirus talks for the relief package and the US key data.
While writing the news, DXY (US dollar index) dropped to 93.11, a 0.14% slide. The greenback gauge is likely to suffer the weight of the deadlock following the COVID-19 package of phase 4.
Interestingly, policymakers are hopeful for a decision to arrive before the weekend comes, and they leave for a vacation. On the other hand, the market players are relying on Democrats and Republicans to keep them convinced on the market’s movement and performance of the EUR/USD pair.
It is noticeable that the pair is ignoring any surging developments coming from Sino-American trade discourse, which can impact the US dollar.