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U.S. Dollar Higher, No Bullish Sentiment For Foreign Currencies

The U.S. Dollar price is back up around $104 this week. How does this compare to foreign currencies and what will happen with seasonal weakness? Phil Streible says that yields have been resilient and that today could be volatile. The Euro, Swiss Franc, and British Pound currencies have been impacted by the global economy. Strebile also states that the U.S. labor market has been resilient compared to China.

Futures

25 Aug 2023

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