Dollar depreciates Investors took profit after rebounding yesterday.
The dollar fell today on the back of investors’ take profit. After rebounding yesterday Amid concerns about the number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus Rising uncertainties in the US and Europe Stimulus of the US
As of 11.27 PM EST, the dollar fell 0.39% to 104.41 yen, while the euro fell 0.2% to 123.52 yen and rose 0.21% to $ 1.183. Which is the dollar’s index of movement against the six major currencies in the basket, minus 0.26% to 92.80.
More than 83,000 new cases of COVID-19 were found in the United States on Friday and Saturday. Especially on Friday, 83,700 new cases of the infection were found, a record high. Than in mid-July. At that time, around 77,300 new cases of the infection were found.
Many European countries This includes France, Italy and Spain, announcing new tightening measures to stem the spread of COVID-19. That returned to spread rapidly across the continent France announced a curfew in most regions of the country. People are banned from leaving the home between 9:00 pm-6:00pm for six weeks, while Italy limits the hours of restaurant and pub bar service to 24 November and Spain declares a 15-day state of emergency to Control the epidemic
Mrs. Kayleigh McEnany, White House spokesman Admitted that The government and Democrats may not be able to reach an agreement on the stimulus package ahead of the Nov. 3 US presidential election.