The EUR is resisting pressure, as inflation pickup adds hopes for ECB changes. Oil trades are mixed on production cuts and increases.
The Dollar renews advances together with Oil, as investors seem to bet on worldwide economic expansion in 2017.
Drop in bond yields signals that the risk appetite is capped, while the Euro and Pound drop.
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Long holidays fuel the appeal of safe heavens, as greenback drops.
Greenback outshines its major opponents, despite the low-volume trading.The Oil traders remain optimistic as OPEC prepares to cut output.
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The market downtime during Christmas week may provide excellent chance to grab some fast and easy pips, although riding the low-volume market can be a bit tricky.
The Dollar slides despite upbeat GDP data, the volatility drops on the low market volume on the eve of Christmas.
The Greenback moves in a limited way, as Oil posts slight declines after EIA.
We have an interesting thing going on with WTI: the price touched the broken level of 52.50 and pulled back from it.
Market performance suggests trading volumes are limited ahead of the Christmas holidays. The Dollar trades with a little change against other major currencies.
The bullish signals from the FED, ECB and the rescue plan for troubled Italian lenders halted a sharp drop in the Eurozone bond yields.
The US Dollar retreats on profit taking, as Oil renew advances when production cut fuel prices growth.
USD/JPY has formed a white candlestick, which goes well with Christmas time, while Oil broke the resistance formed by OPEC.