What’s up Buck?
After choppy trade late last week, the US Dollar Index has been weakening again. The Euro is slightly higher from Wednesday week ago levels and the Aussie flat. Most greenback weakness was from strength in the Pound, Yen and Canuck dollar. Except for crude oil strength, dollar denominated commodity reaction has been nil. However, they are notorious in that, historically, they tend to lag in response.
It’s all about timing… God give me patience, and give it to me now!
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