Thursday ended with the EUR/USD being high above of local resistance of 1.10. What's the target now?
Greenback stands tall versus euro as traders watch Catalan vote aftermath
On Monday, the evergreen buck started the month on a high note, backed by higher American yields, while the common currency was pressured because market participants closely watched the aftermath of a recent independence vote in Catalonia, Spain.
The dollar index, gauging the US dollar versus a basket of six key currencies, gained 0.3% being worth 93.323.
Higher American Treasury yields bolstered the US currency. The 10-year American Treasuries yield went up to 2.360% in Asian trade versus Friday's close of 2.326%.
On Monday, liquidity was relatively thin, with South Korea, India, China and Hong Kong markets unavailable for public holidays. Trade was light in Australia, with Sydney unavailable for a holiday. Meanwhile, Melbourne was still open.
The common currency tumbled 0.3% being worth $1.1776 because market participants nervously monitored the situation in Spain. In this European country police used batons as well as rubber bullets to suppress the Catalan vote on Sunday, leaving hundreds injured.
Today's NFP brought us some strong data - how did Forex react?
Today is the big day! Investors are waiting for NFP at 15:30 MT time.
EUR skyrocketed after the ECB statement ,stocks keep rallying, gold froze ahead of NFP