- The euro (EUR) dropped against the US dollar (USD) to 1.3356. The single currency trades near its lowest level since November. Today the European Current Account will be announced and is expected to be at 19.3B.
- The US dollar (USD) rose against the Japanese yen (JPY) to 102.56. The greenback is under pressure as the yearly US Core CPI will be announced today and is expected to rise by 2.0%. A better CPI will boost demand for dollar as signs of earlier increase in interest rates will rise.
- The US equities gained yesterday as tensions in Ukraine and Middle-East eased. The US 500 (SPI) advanced to 1969, the US 30 (DOW) climbed to 16817 and the US Tech (NDQ) went to 4019.