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2020-02-09 00:11:08 350552

?Although the US PPI and who

lesale inventories released on Wednesday were generally strong, the US dollar did not rise b

ut fell, while major non US currencies including the pound, euro and y

en rebounded. The pound's rise was parti

cularly significant as EU chief brexit negotiator Barney said recently that he had

reached

an agreement on most of the contents of the brexit agreement, which is expected to be reached by next W

ednesday

, 21 / 24. In response to the latest trend of the US dollar, rising hopes for brexit agreements are boosting sentiment and demand for risk-related areas, thus undermining t

he demand for the US dollar. For now, the dollar has t

urned down. "We are doing our best to reach an agreement on the orderly brexit of the UK," said EU chief

representat

ive for brexit negotiations on Wednesday, who said he has reached a

n agreement on 31-35% of the terms of the brexit agreement. Leaders of the 23 EU countries will hold a summit next week. Technically, the U.S. index rebounded below 25.31 on Wednesday, fell above 25.35 and was supported, closing at 25.52, which means that the U.S. dollar may keep a downward trend after a short-term rebound. If the U.S. index rebounds below 25.45 today and is blocked, the target of future decline will be 25.31-25.25. If today's us daily chart closes below

25.42, we will continue to be short on the dollar. Otherwise, we will focus on the trend of long dollar. Today, the U.S. index's short-term resistance is 25.41-25.45, and its important short-term resistance is 25.25-25.11.