The USD index dropped by 0.25% since Tuesday.
World markets shift their focus from oversupply issues to prospects of growing demand.
Bank of Japan surprised the markets on Thursday.
The US currency dropped against the Euro.
Traders increase bearish wagers on the Yen.
Crude prices scored gains on Wednesday.
Oil futures rebounded after the drop on Monday.
OPEC and other Oil producing countries failed to come to an understanding.
The USD bulls continue to dump their wagers.
Iraq’s crude output hit new record ahead of the Doha meeting on April 17.
The trade balance report was released on Friday and has no significant impact on common currency
FOMC minutes confirmed investors’ concerns.
Brent futures were sent into a sharp slump.
Equity markets are filled with enthusiasm today, as interest for risky assets grows.
The US Dollar enjoys growing support from bullish sentiments.