The American dollar was traded in small ranges against the other major currencies today, amid mixed spirits on the market, concerning the signs of progress in the eurozone. However, the negative Spanish bond auction broke traders’ confidence.
During the European late morning trade session, the dollar went back from its six-week lows against the euro, with EURUSD trading at 1.3083.
The U.S. dollar stayed firmly close to a one-month low against the pound, with GBPUSD going to 1.6102.
The greenback stayed higher against the yen and the Swiss franc, with USDJPY trading at the level 82.17 and USDCHF going up to 0.9289.
The American dollar had mixed position against its Canadian, Australian and New Zealand rivals, with USDCAD reaching 0.9925, AUDUSD going down to 1.0464 and NZDUSD trading at 0.8250.
The dollar index that follows the movement of the U.S. dollar together with other six other major currencies, went up 0.09% to the level 79.74.