Yesterday, the US currency recouped some losses even in the midst of so many publications that are not favorable to the US macroeconomic statistics.
Market focus on the ECB meeting and press conference Mario Draghi
Oil fell the most in two months, paring the biggest three-day rally in 25 years as speculation faded that OPEC might coordinate with other nations to curb supply.
Just oil, Russian stocks, and Gold were the only assets actually received more than 1% during the month.
U.S. prosecutors have expanded their probe of currency-market manipulation by some of the world’s largest banks to include the Russian ruble and Brazilian real, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The safe-haven yen and the low-yielding euro rose on Tuesday on concerns about China's economy, as investors unwound bets against the two currencies widely used to fund positions in riskier assets.
Déjà vu? Asian and European stocks show no sign of shaking off last month's decline
Today, starting from 11:30 am (GMT +3) a bunch of important news for July – August is due in the UK.
On Monday, the USD/JPY pair fell and moved away from its Friday’s highs.