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The US dollar is climbing to the upside 02-11-2020

News Date: 2/11/2020 08:22:36

The dollar opened the European session on the first day of the week on the upside, as it found more demand after the news spread of a return to quarantine in Europe, as the dollar advanced 0.1% to 94,142.

The dollar fell against the euro by 0.1% to 1,1641, and the dollar rose against the Japanese yen by 0.1% to hit 104.75, while the Australian dollar fell by 0.2% to trade at 0,7011.


Gold rose slightly during Monday morning trading, as at 4 :47 am GMT, gold futures contracts rose by 0.03%, to trade at a price of $ 1880 per ounce.


Japanese stock indices rose at the beginning of trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, as the Nikkei index rose by 0.58% to record 23110.74 points, while the broader Topix index rose by 0.81% to record 1592.16 points.


The decision to hold the US elections was decided on Tuesday, and before that date, Britain, Italy, and Portugal joined over the weekend to the list of European countries that returned to impose strict measures, which France and Germany began to impose last week.

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