By Gina Lee
Investing.com – The dollar rose on Thursday morning, with investors turning to active port as U.S.-China tensions flared up overnight.
In its latest feature, U.S. suspended flights to the United States by Chinese carriers effective June 16 after China prevented U.S. carriers from recapturing China.
The relationship between the two countries came after China’s approval of the adoption of national security legislation in Hong Kong and Macau last month.
The Hong Kong Legislative Council passed a national tribute law, a precursor to national security legislation, earlier in the day.
Tracking greenback against a basket of other currencies rose 0.21% to 97,465 by 12:12 PM ET (05:12 GMT).
The pair rose 0.11% to 109 and the pair rose 0.20% to 7.1260.
The pair dissolves 0.33% to 0.6896. The Australian Bureau of Statistics said earlier in the day that for April, it fell by a seasonally adjusted 17.7% in April.
The Bureau also said it fell 0.3% during the first quarter of 2020 on Wednesday.
The pair slipped 0.09% to 0.66413 and the pair lost 0.28% to 1.2536.
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