The US dollar index increased against most other major currencies as investors digested a batch of economic reports.
US stocks traded on an upbeat note on Tuesday as investors were digesting a slew of corporate earnings and economic data.
The US dollar index increased against most other major currencies as investors continued to digest the country's nonfarm payrolls report for June.
US stocks traded on an upbeat note as financial shares rallied, bolstering the market.
The US dollar declined as euro rose amid positive regional economic data.
US stocks ended mixed after a weak previous trading session as energy shares rose, boosting the market.
US stocks ended mixed as the Nasdaq Composite closed at new record, outperforming the rest of the market.
The US dollar declined as the easing of political tensions in Europe supported the euro.
US stocks ended higher as the gains in retailer shares and tech-heavy sectors boosted the market.
The US dollar index increased against most other major currencies as investors meditated on the country's better-than-expected jobs report.
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