Dollar opened higher this June 19 in Next Day trading due to a holiday in the US.

Dollar opened higher this June 19 in Next Day trading due to a holiday in the US.
Dollar opened higher this June 19 in Next Day trading due to a holiday in the US.

The price of the dollar, in next day trading due to a holiday in the US, opened at $4,168.21,

The price of the dollar, in next day trading due to a holiday in the US, opened at $4,168.21.

This Wednesday the dollar opened the day higher for the third consecutive day, this comes after retail sales data were published yesterday below expectations in the US. Today there is no relevant data because It’s a holiday in the US.

The price of the dollar, in next day trading due to a holiday in the US, opened at $4,168.21, placing it $66.3 above that of the Representative Market Rate which for today is at $4,101.87.

Oil prices

According to international agencies, oil prices barely changed on Wednesday, remaining close to their highest levels in seven weeks, as the market weighed concerns about escalating conflicts against fears about demand following the unexpected rise in oil prices. crude oil inventories in the United States.

The Brent reference barrel rose 0.11% and stood at US$85.42, while the WTI reference rose 0.02% and reached US$81.59.

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U.S. crude oil inventories rose by 2.264 million barrels in the week ending June 14, market sources reported Tuesday, citing figures from the American Petroleum Institute. Analysts polled by Reuters expected a decline of 2.2 million barrels in crude oil inventories.

However, gasoline inventories fell by 1.077 million barrels, while distillate inventories rose by 538,000 barrels, said the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

 
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