New York-The US dollar rose in trading late Friday as market participants digested the latest economic data.
The dollar index, which measures greenbacks for the six major peers, rose 0.09 percent at 92.9104.
In the second half of New York trading, the euro fell from $ 1.1771 in the previous session to $ 1.1770 and the pound sterling fell from $ 1.3774 to $ 1.3752 in the previous session. The Australian dollar fell from $ 0.7387 to $ 0.7364. (US dollar index up)
Washington-Friday US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urged Congress to raise debt limits as soon as possible to avoid potential defaults.
“As you know, the 2019 Bipartisan Budget Act suspended statutory debt restrictions until Saturday, July 31, 2021. From Sunday, August 1, 2021, US outstanding debt is as follows: It will be. Legal restrictions. ” Yellen wrote in a letter to parliamentary leaders. (US-Debt ceiling)
New York-The US dollar rose on Friday’s late trading.
The dollar index, which measures greenbacks for the six major peers, rose 0.09 percent to 92.9104 at 3:00 pm (Greenwich Mean Time 1900). (US dollar index up)
Gold futures on the COMEX division of the Chicago-New York Mercantile Exchange fell on Friday as the US stock index rose.
The most active gold contract for August deliveries fell by US $ 3.6 (0.2%), closing at $ 1,801.8 per ounce.
Investors are more motivated to risk as all three major US stock indexes have risen, the US dollar has risen, and US Treasury yields have risen. (US-Gold Futures)
July 24, Summary of Xinhua World Economic News at 1030 GMT
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