The dollar is stronger today. Before the release of US non-farm payrolls on Friday.
In addition, investors also trade cautiously. Amid the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Asia
As of 7:45 p.m. PST, the dollar was 0.11% higher to 110.89 yen, while the euro was down 0.06% to 132.08 and 0.17% to $1.191. The index measures the dollar’s movements against six major currencies in a basket of currencies, up 0.11% to 91.95.
Indonesia faces a record number of new infections. while Malaysia announced an indefinite extension of nationwide lockdown measures. Due to the spread of COVID-19 Still no slowdown
The Australian city of Sydney has also announced lockdown measures.
Pound strengthens today After British Health Minister Sajid Javid announced he wanted Britain to lift tougher measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus. all as soon as possible
As of 7:11 p.m. ET, the pound was up 0.06% to $1.389 and appreciated 0.35% to 0.857 against the euro.
Mr Javid is due to speak to the British parliament today on the issue of the government’s proposed lifting of tougher measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on July 19. this page?
Mr Javid was both a former finance minister and former British interior minister. Prior to being appointed Health Minister to replace Mr. Matt Hancock announced his resignation on Saturday.
“As a former Finance Minister He will be cautious about the economic impact of the lockdown,” said Rabobank analyst Jane Foley.
The Swedish krona has rebounded today. After Mr. Stefan Lofwen, Prime Minister of Sweden announcement of resignation After losing a no-confidence vote last week
The krona rose 0.2% against the dollar and euro today.
Mr Lofwen revealed that He has submitted his resignation letter today. and the Speaker of the House of Representatives will initiate the process of selecting a new Prime Minister.
Mr Lofven, head of the Social Democrats. Lost a vote of no confidence in the parliament on June 21 past. With 181 of the 349 members of parliament voted no-confidence after the left-wing party announced its withdrawal from support for Mr Lofven.
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