After Trump’s proposal of the budget to the senate, the greenback is feeling a little uncertain on it’s feet. There was a lot of hope to stabilize the budget, but Mr. President has blown them up.
The dollar index against the basket of six major currencies is steady and is coming back from the three-weeks lows that were hit last week. Today it stands firmly on the 90.395 mark.
Yen, after having fallen down last week, has gained 0.1% and is now at the point of 108.64 yen per dollar.
Euro is adding the price and costs $1.2291.
On Friday pound has scared the investors with going to the three-week weak spot, but today it is recovering with the price of $1.3849.
S&P 500 Futures are growing and up by 0.6%.
S&P/ASX 200 Index is down by 0.3 percent.
MSCI Asia Pacific Index outside Japan gained as much as 0.9 percent.
10-year Treasuries yield went up three points with 2.88 percent gain.
WTI oil fell by almost 10 percent last week and today is going up - +1.4 percent and the price is $60.04 per barrel.
The metal are up this morning: gold is $1320.9 per ounce, silver is 16.43 per the same amount.
Platinum up 1 percent - $964.
Palladium gained 7 percent - $976.