US Dollar Recovers, DXY Rises To 105.00 Amid Dismal Market Sentiment

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  • A sharp recovery in US Dollar triggered by cautious market sentiment.
  • Bets for interest rate cut at the September Fed meeting continue to receive pressure from Fed officials.
  • US Treasury yields also fuel recovery in USD with 2-year yield rising to 5.00%.
  • The US Dollar Index (DXY) is showing a sharp recovery, hovering around the 105.00 mark on Wednesday. Amid this climate, investors remain risk-averse. As Federal Reserve (Fed) officials’ continuous asking for patience has resulted in reduced bets on a rate cut for the upcoming September Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) session. As a reaction, US Treasury yields recovered.As the US economy remains strong, the likelihood of cuts in June and July remains low, with markets keenly looking forward to data that would aid in placing bets for the September meeting. The Wednesday session should see subsequent highlights in the form of the Fed’s Beige Book report.
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  • Investor expectations see a rate cut to start in the last quarter of the year.
  • As the economic calendar awaits highlights, markets will look for clues about the US economy in the Fed’s Beige book report, which will be released later in the session.
  • US Treasury yields soared and the 2-year yield rose to 5%, while the 5 and 10-year rates gained to 4.63% and 4.62%, respectively.
  • DXY technical analysis: US Dollar makes remarkable recovery, bulls aim to consolidate above 105.00The daily chart indicators signify a recovery in the DXY. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) rose above the 50 level, indicating reduced selling pressure and a potential shift in momentum. To further establish bullish momentum, the DXY managed to regain territory above the 20-day Simple Moving Average (SMA).The Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) displays fading red bars, suggesting a potential end of the bearish trend and an onset of bullish sentiment. For the bulls to continue gaining ground, consolidation above 105.00 would be required.More By This Author:Oil Posts Fresh Monthly High, Extending Gains For Fourth Consecutive Day AUD/JPY Price Analysis: Bulls Display Signs Of Fatigue, Potential Shift Remains Possible NZD/USD Rises To Highs Since March, Market Await Drivers


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