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.
Greenback drops as American data keeps weighing
On Tuesday, the evergreen buck declined versus other key currencies, as last session’s dismal American economic reports kept weighing and trading was supposed to remain quiet with no American data set to be published throughout the trading session.
The currency pair EUR/USD grew 0.17%, being worth 1.0916.
The US dollar was still under pressure after the Institute of Supply Management told that in April its manufacturing purchasing managers’ index sagged to 54.8 from 57.2 last month, compared to hopes for a drop to 56.5.
A separate report unveiled that in March American personal spending was intact, thus ruining hopes for a 0.2% ascend and after a 0.1% surge.
The currency pair GBP/USD stood still, showing 1.2887.
As for USD/JPY, this currency pair added 0.19%, trading at 112.06, thus demonstrating the highest value since March 31.
The Australian dollar didn’t change, with AUD/USD, keeping to 0.7528 after the country’s major bank left its interest rate intact at 1.50%.
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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