The U.S. congressional elections held on Nov. 6, with the Democratic Party dominating the house generated some market volatility as expected. Now, on the other hand, the FED left the interest rates unchanged for now but the results may be different on the next FED interest rate report. The United States and China were still far from a deal to settle their trade disputes. The UK and EU went a little closer to a deal on Brexit, helping the uptick in the GBP on the first days of the week, but from the 7/11 up to 12/11 the popular currency dropped about 254 pips to 1.2918.
Dollar still strong due to its save-heaven Nature
Weekly Report - 12/11/2018