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The dollar is up slightly against its major European rivals Friday afternoon, but remains little changed overall following the release of the mixed April jobs report this morning. A report released by the Labor Department on Friday showed weaker than expected job growth in the month of April, although...

The dollar is trading slightly lower against all of its major rivals Thursday afternoon. Traders are digesting a large number of U.S. economic reports from the morning, the results of which proved mixed. Investors are also looking forward to the release of the U.S. jobs report for April tomorrow morning. With...

The dollar has begun to pare its early gains against its major rivals Wednesday afternoon, following the conclusion of the Federal Reserve's policy meeting. As expected, the Fed kept monetary policy unchanged but signaled its intention to raise rates later this year thanks to underlying strength in the...

eur-usd3-050118.jpg The dollar is gaining ground against all of its major rivals Tuesday afternoon. The two-day Federal Reserve policy meeting kicked off this morning and is set to wrap up tomorrow afternoon. The Fed is widely expected to leave rates unchanged Wednesday. However, traders are likely to pay close attention...

eur-usd-4-043018.jpg The dollar is clinging to modest gains against its major rivals Monday afternoon, after paring early gains. Economic data was mixed this morning, but traders appear to be looking ahead to this weeks' Fed decision and the U.S. jobs report at the end of the week. Personal income in the U.S. increased...

eur-usd-4-042718.jpg The dollar is turning in a mixed performance against its major rivals Friday afternoon. The buck is slightly lower against the Euro and the Japanese Yen, but is climbing against the British pound after the disappointing UK GDP report. Economic growth in the U.S. continued to slow in the first quarter...

eur-usd4-042618.jpg The dollar is gaining ground against the Euro Thursday afternoon, but remains little changed against its other major rivals. Traders reacted positively to a pair of better than expected U.S. economic reports this morning and the European Central Bank held firm on rates. First-time claims for U.S....

eur-usd2-042618.jpg The euro dropped against its major opponents in the New York session on Thursday, erased its recent gains, after the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi acknowledged recent signs of moderation in bloc's economic growth, with some countries experiencing a loss of momentum. There has been some...

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