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DXY: US dollar index smacks lower as US consumer confidence rebounds
26th May
  • The US dollar index (DXY) declined by almost one per cent as optimism returned in the market.
  • New home sales in the United States made a modest recovery in May after falling in April.
  • Consumer confidence also improved as US states started to reopen their economies.

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