The U. s. dollar has lost ground against its peers on Tuesday, in the middle of the prospects for the continuation of the actions of the Federal Reserve to limit the economic impact of the feline corona virus the pandemic.
However, the reports on upticks in the new corona virus infections in several parts of the world, including China, South Korea, Germany and France, and limited the dollar lower.
New concerns about U. s.-china trade tensions are too supported the dollar a bit.
The dollar index dropped to a low, or 99.68 earlier in the day, but recovered to 100.00 later, follow-up to its previous close by a shade less than 0.25%.
Against the Euro, the dollar weakened to $1.0849, almost 0.4%, down from Monday, $1.0809.
The Pound Sterling has gained ground at the beginning of the session, strengthening to $1.2334, but declined as the day progressed. It has been seen for the last time of the extraction of $1.2259, more than 0.6% less than late Tuesday.
The Japanese Yen is firmer at $107.15 a dollar, after sliding to 107.66 a dollar yesterday.
The Aussie strengthened against the flu.s. dollar, afterwards, to fall to $0.6520.
The swiss franc strengthened to 0.9696 of 0.9730 a dollar, while the canadian dollar to consolidate at 1.3990 of 1.4007.
In economic news, consumer prices in the U.s. declined in line with the estimates of the economist in the month of April, according to a report published by the Department of Labor. The report said that consumer prices were down 0.8% in April, after a decline of 0.4% in March.
The drop in the index, which matched economist estimates, reflecting the biggest monthly decline since December 2008.
Excluding food and energy, consumer prices have fallen 0.4% in April after a slight decline of 0.1% in March. Economists had expected prices to decrease by 0.2%.
During this time, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that, some treatments appear to be limited in the severity or duration of the COVID-19 is a disease and that it has been focused on learning more about the four or five of the most promising.
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