During today’s trading, the dollar does not show significant changes to most major currencies, while the Japanese yen has risen after the release of weaker-than-expected US statistics, reaching a weekly high against the dollar.
At 8:00 London time, the euro was worth $1.0951 against $1.0959 at the close of the last session. Paired with the Japanese national currency, the single European currency fell at the same time to 117.30 yen compared to 117.46 yen on Wednesday.
The ICE Dollar Index, which shows the value of the US dollar against six major world currencies, rises 0.05%. The WSJ Dollar indicator, which tracks the dynamics of the dollar against 16 major world currencies, is adding 0.01%.