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Fundamental Analysis

Correction has continued in U.S. dollar


Last week, the U.S. dollar index continued to depreciate, reaching a 3-month low. With relatively positive expectations in the financial markets, investors reduced risk and abandoned the world's reserve currency and opted for riskier alternatives.

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U.S. dollar depreciated to 2-month low


The global reserve currency fell steadily last week, reaching its lowest level since mid-March on Friday and ending the week below 200-day moving average. Although sentiment in financial markets remains positive, the situation in the real economy is showing no s

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Foreign exchange market continued consolidation


There were no major changes in the currency market last week. The U.S. dollar depreciated in the first half, but regained some of its lost positions in recent days. The bad news continued to dominate the market last week, with addition of car rental giant Hertz to the l

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The U.S. dollar has risen to the upper boundary of the trading channel


Flow of negative news continued last week as U.S. consumption shrank significantly, recession was recorded in Germany, and political tensions between the U.S. and China continued to rise as Donald Trump threatened to cut ties between nations.

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Data in the global economy deteriorated further


Consolidation sentiment continued to dominate markets last week as investors prepared for important economic data, as data has reflected the results for March and in part for the first weeks of April, and the data was mostly very weak. So far, the global economy is show

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