YouGov, the key organization tracking the UK public opinion has released its final report ahead of the vote that will take place on Thursday, December 12.
Aussie and Kiwi dive, although keeping to multi-month highs
On Monday, the Australian and New Zealand dollars lost versus their American rival because the US currency mildly revived from recent losses notwithstanding it kept hovering near three-year minimums versus a basket of key currencies.
The currency pair AUD/USD slid 0.18% being worth 0.8094, which is off Friday's 32-month maximum of 0.8137.
The US currency gained some support after Friday’s data disclosed that American durable goods orders tacked on by 2.9% in December, while real consumer spending soared 3.8% for the fourth quarter.
However, market sentiment on the greenback was still fragile after the previous week US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin told that a weaker greenback was quite positive for US trade.
The currency pair NZD/USD dived 0.15% hitting 0.7339, while still hovering near the previous week's four-month peak of 0.7438.
The US dollar index that gauges the US currency’s value versus a basket of six key currencies, stood still, showing an outcome of 88.92.
The main attention of traders is paid to the news concerning the US-China developments ahead of the US tariffs deadline scheduled on December 15.
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