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USD Growth Capped in Asian Trade

Source: www.earnforex.com – Wednesday, November 29, 2017
Yesterday, the Senate Budget Committee in the US voted to advance the Republican tax bill. This time, the tax bill was approved by the committee without Trump;s involvement. Donald Trump argued with Democratic Congressional leaders and tweeted that he failed to reach a deal with them on funding the government. However, in the Asian trade, investors preferred to neglect the incident, thus pushing the US dollar index up above 93.00. Obviously, market participants are pleased after a Republican tax proposal moved a step closer to a full Senate vote. Meanwhile, the bullish sentiment was waning in the Asian session. The USD/JPY pair bounced marginally to 111.60 and afterwards made a downward correction. Mass media reported that North Korea fired another ballistic missile at night. Traders are in no hurry to shift focus to safe haven assets, but the USD/JPY pair is likely to trade with muted gains. Japan released a report on retail sales for October. On a yearly basis, retail sales sank 0.2% in line with the forecast. The  economic calendar reminds traders of moving events in the second half of the global trading day. The US will present flash GDP data for the third quarter. Janet Yellen will testify before the congressional Joint Economic Committee. Mark Carney is also due to speak today. These and other factors could bring changes to the currency market. © Prabhu for Forex Videos , 2017. | Permalink | No comment | Add to del.icio.us

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