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Inverse Relationship: US Dollar Index and Euro Index

US Dollar Index will test resistance of 85.00

US dollar will test resistance of $0.85

US Dollar Index Weekly Chart

Euro Index will test support of 127.50

Euro Index will test support of $127.50rt of

Euro Index Weekly Chart

From a Canadian perspective, the rising US dollar will have a negative impact on commodity prices. Not good for the base metal, gold and oil stocks.

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US Dollar Index Chart Analysis

Breakout for the US Dollar Index

Breakout for the US Dollar Index on the weekly chart.

US Dollar Index 3 Year Chart

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US Dollar Index weekly chart

Major support for the US dollar is the $79.00 zone
Major support for the US Dollar Index is the $79.00 zone.

US Dollar Index Weekly Chart courtesy of stockcharts.com

The US dollar is the reserve currency and has a major impact on other markets. The inverse relationship to the price of commodities is relevant to the Canadian market. Commodities are priced in US dollars so commodity traders demand more US dollars as it declines relevant to other currencies.

United States dollar

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