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US dollar net longs rise despite disappointing jobs report
US dollar net longs rise ahead of May jobs report
Sentiment for US dollar turns bullish
Sentiment for US dollar improves

US stocks suffered the second day of sharp declines on Monday as investors sold off risky assets in the light of increased uncertainty for global economy after the UK voted to leave the European Union. The dollar strengthened as British

FTSE 100 stock market index plunged on Friday having opened with a sharp gap lower after the UK referendum decision to leaving the European Union. The French economy accelerated in the first quarter of 2016 but the added uncertainty of

US stocks recorded biggest one day drop in ten months on Friday as Britain voted to leave the European Union. The dollar strengthened considerably supported by increased haven demand while euro and British Pound slumped: the live dollar index data

US dollar index resumed the decline after weak May jobs report. The Federal Reserve dovish June statement didn’t contribute to dollar’s strength. Will the US dollar index continue advancing? More Start trading with IFC Markets START TRADING Source: Technical Analysis

Brexit shock

US stocks were on the rise on Thursday as investors were almost sure Britain will remain in EU. Moreover, the strong US jobless claims and factory data showed the US economy was strengthening. S&P 500 index rose 1.34% to 2,113.32.

US stock market slipped on Wednesday as polls indicated no decisive lead for either “leave” or “remain” votes ahead of June 23 referendum about UK’s possible exit from European Union. The dollar weakened as pound, euro and yen extended gains:

The New Zealand dollar has been strengthening since the end of January. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand left the interest rates unchanged at June 9 meeting but maintained a dovish stance. Will the New Zealand dollar continue strengthening? More