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The dollar is down against the currencies after the GDP data

2019-04-26 04:13 pm | Resource: News | No Views : 176

 The dollar is down against the currencies after the GDP data

The US dollar traded lower during the US session after the domestic economic data and other data on US consumer confidence.

As the new data showed that GDP growth fell by an annualized 3.2% in the three months to March, up from 2.2% in the previous quarter. The revised data released by the University of Michigan on Friday showed that consumer sentiment in the United States fell slightly below initial estimates in April.

The consumer confidence index for April was revised upward to 97.2 from the preliminary reading of 96.9, although the index is still below the final reading for March at 98.4. Economists had expected the index to rise to 97.0.

 Kudlo commented on GDP: The United States will now be "aggressive" with China

The United States will be "very aggressive" with China in ongoing trade talks, with the latest figures showing a 3.2 percent growth in the first quarter, which he called "too many," White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Friday. "Kudlo pointed out that" the Chinese economy is declining and has been for a long time. The US economy, as I said, is going through this cycle of prosperity with no end in sight, so we think this gives us some leverage, if you will. "

However, Kudlo said he still believes the Fed should lower interest rates. "The boom cycle we are experiencing is gaining momentum, not losing momentum," he explained. "The inflation rate continues to fall and fall," said Donald Trump, an adviser to President Donald Rumsfeld.

Trump: GDP is well above expectations

US President Donald Trump went to Twitter on Friday to comment on the latest US GDP figures.

"Outside the market: Real GDP for the first quarter grew 3.2% year-on-year, much higher than expectations or expectations, and more importantly, the inflation rate is very low. .

Dollar trading against currencies
  • The dollar index was trading down 0.19% at 97.98
  • The euro also rose against the dollar as the pair stabilized at 1.1157.
  • The greenback was down against the yen at 0.03%, with the dollar trading at 111.60.
  • The Franc declined by 0.15% to close at 1.0188.
  • In front of the Canadian dollar, the US dollar fell to 1.3456 levels.
  • Finally, the Australian dollar was up against the US dollar by 0.44% and the Australian dollar was trading at 0.7046.

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