The American dollar was higher against the other major currencies on today, as market concerns appeared about U.S. fiscal policy and as optimism for Greece’s fresh debt deal faded away.
During European trade this morning, the greenback was moving up against the euro, with EURUSD reaching 1.2928.
International lenders agreed on a plan to cut Greek debt, that will allow the country to secure more financial aid and avoid a default, however, market concerns grew over a lack of detail on how Athens will implement the reforms needed to meet its new targets.
The U.S. dollar was also higher against the pound, with GBPUSD trading at 1.6005.
Besides, the dollar went down against the yen, with USDJPY slipping at at 81.88, and edged higher against the Swiss franc, with USDCHF reaching 0.9315.
The greenback appeared stable against its Canadian, Australian and New Zealand rivals, with USDCAD going down to 0.9937, AUDUSD reaching 1.0453 and NZDUSD trading at 0.8214.