The U.S. dollar rose against other major currencies in New York deals on Thursday after nation's jobless claims rebounded less-than-forecast in the week ended April 12th.
The Labor Department said today that initial jobless claims inched up to 304,000, an increase of 2,000 from the previous week's...
The Canadian dollar wiped out its early losses against other major currencies in New York morning deals on Thursday, as the nation's consumer price inflation improved in March.
Data from Statistics Canada showed that Canada's consumer price inflation rose to 1.5 percent on year in March, following...
The New Zealand dollar fell against its major counterparts in European deals on Thursday.
The kiwi hit a 2-week low of 1.6125 against euro, down from an early high of 1.5992.
The kiwi eased to 0.8587 against the greenback, 87.78 against the yen and 1.0881 against the aussie, off early highs of...
Following the release of U.S. weekly jobless claims for week ended April 12 at 8:30 am ET Thursday, the greenback advanced against other major currencies.
The greenback was trading at 1.3847 against the euro, 0.8797 against the franc, 102.24 against the yen and 1.6805 against the pound around 8:35 am ET.
Canada consumer price index for March was released at 8:30 am ET Thursday. After the data, the loonie climbed against other major currencies.
The loonie was trading at 1.5224 against the euro, 1.0274 against the aussie, 92.97 against the yen and 1.0995 against the greenback around 8:32 am ET.
Canada consumer price index for March is set for release at 8:30 am ET Thursday. Ahead of the data, the loonie showed mixed trading against other major currencies. While the loonie recovered against the euro, it held steady against the greenback. Against the yen and the aussie, the loonie rose.
The U.S. weekly jobless claims for week ended April 12 is due at 8:30 am ET Thursday. Ahead of the data, the greenback showed mixed trading against other major currencies. While the greenback rose against the yen and the pound, it held steady against the franc and the euro.
The greenback was worth...
The Japanese yen drifted lower against most major counterparts in European deals on Thursday.
The yen pulled away from early highs of 140.99 against the euro and 115.75 against the franc, reaching as low as 141.63 and 116.36, respectively.
The yen eased back to 102.21 against the greenback from...
The U.S. dollar trimmed its early losses against the Canadian dollar in European deals on Thursday.
The greenback recovered to 1.1019 against the loonie from an early low of 1.0995. Further gains may take the greenback to a resistance around the 1.11 zone.
Reversing direction, the Australian dollar fell against most major currencies in European deals on Thursday.
The aussie dropped to 1.0286 against the loonie and 95.34 against the yen from early highs of 1.0334 and 95.92, respectively.
The aussie fell to a 9-day low of 1.4837 against the euro, off...
The U.S. dollar was down against its most opponents in European deals on Thursday in reaction to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's statement that the central bank would maintain highly accommodative policy for some time to support economic recovery.
The Federal Reserve will keep its benchmark interest...
The European currency strengthened against other major currencies in the European session on Thursday.
The euro recovered its lost ground to 0.8239 against the pound, from an early multi-week low of 0.8215 hit in the early Asian session.
Against the U.S dollar, the euro climbed to a multi-day...
The Swiss franc recouped its lost ground against most major currencies in the European session on Thursday.
The Swiss franc recovered to 1.4788 against the pound, from an early multi-week low of 1.4832 hit in the Asian session.
Against the yen, the franc rose to 116.23, from an early low of 115.74...
The U.S dollar slipped against the pound in the early European session on Thursday.
The U.S dollar dropped to 1.6842 against the pound, lowest since November 2009. The pair closed yesterday's deals at 1.6796.
If the greenback extends its downtrend, it is likely to face support around the 1.70 area.
The U.S. dollar dropped against the Swiss franc in early European deals on Thursday.
The greenback reached as low as 0.8790 against the franc, compared to yesterday's closing quote of 0.8815. On the downside, 0.87 is likely seen as the next support level for the greenback.