The U.S. dollar was able to inch into positive positions after experiencing a double day decline as the New York sessions come to a close. The dollar traded with much confidence against major currencies within the dollar index like Euro, British pound and the Japanese yen.
Although the dollar has gained much footing in the forex markets, many investors still believe that these gains will be short lived because analysts classify these gains as a consolidation die to losses and not stable gains.
The Ice Dollar Index started with a wobbly session but later gained stable footing as the market session progressed and was trading with a 0.3% increase ending the session at 97.200 points.
The Dollar rose against the yen and was traded at 111.30 yen, in the New York markets, which was down by 0.3% from the $1.1247 while the Euro traded at $1.1217 a fall back of 0.3% against the greenback.
Similar to that, the British pound has remained shaky and was seen falling against other major currencies, due to the reports about the support of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa may’s Conservative Party in the general election.
Even though the dollar was relatively performing well in today’s market session, the U.S. president, Donald Trump, may have a hard time with pushing implementing policies that are aimed at stimulating the U.S. economic growth.