Currency Exchange Rates
The U.S. Dollar is down slightly and fell to a one-month low yesterday. A decrease in short-term yields was largely to blame for the fall of the dollar.
- Two-year yields are at around 0.4050% after hitting a 19-month high of 0.448% on Monday.
- The entire currency market, however, remains in flux with expectations that monetary policies across the globe will need to change as the economic recovery continues and pandemic restrictions are lifted.
*Exchange rates as of 7 am ET. Data from Morningstar Financial Research. To understand why we track these currencies and the differences between them, click here.