US Dollar: DXY, EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD

The US Dollar traded on its front foot throughout most of January in a rebound attempt off 34-month lows. On balance, the broader DXY Index recorded a 0.71% monthly gain. US Dollar strength seemed to correspond with an increase in demand for safe-haven currencies as market sentiment deteriorated and volatility accelerated. This relationship is highlighted by the generally strong positive correlation between the DXY Index and S&P 500-derived VIX Index . US Dollar bulls could find motivation to make another advance if trader risk appetite continues to soften and propels the VIX ‘fear-gauge’ higher. However, it is … (full story)

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