Yesterday, USD dollar moved to growth in the second half of the US session, which coincided with the release of data from the Fed's Beige Book, in which several districts reported wages and price pressure. 10-year US bonds yields has grown, which contributed to the expectation that US companies will repatriate incomes held abroad.

On Wednesday, European markets traded under pressure amid overall market decline in risk appetite. 


Sellers' attempt to break 68.50 failed so far. 


Gold remained under pressure on Thursday. 


Market’s positive mood persisted in the night. 


Sellers remained in the driver's seat and moved the pound from 1.3850 in the night.


Once again sellers tried to regain the 1.2200 handle in the night.

Weekly Outlook

Asian stock indexes were mixed on Thursday, with some of them recovering from prior session losses following a strong lead from Wall Street and as investors looked ahead to China’s data.  


The pro-dollar sentiment returned on Wednesday.