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FX Daily - May 16, 2024: FX Daily Highlights Key Currency Movements

Daily update from the foreign exchange markets.

Today’s foreign exchange market sees a mix of minor fluctuations across major currency pairs. Let’s delve into the specifics.

BRL/USD: Brazilian Real Sees Marginal Gain Against Dollar

The Brazilian Real (BRL) has experienced a slight uptick against the US Dollar (USD). The exchange rate is now 0.1947, reflecting a minor increase of 0.000011 USD, or 0.0058%. This movement suggests a steady, albeit modest, strengthening of the Real amid ongoing economic adjustments in Brazil.

CNY/JPY: Chinese Yuan Slides Slightly Versus Japanese Yen

The Chinese Yuan (CNY) depreciated slightly against the Japanese Yen (JPY), with the current rate at 21.3613. This represents a decrease of 0.0127 JPY, or 0.059%. The fluctuation highlights ongoing volatility in the Asian markets, influenced by recent economic policies and trade data from China and Japan.

CNY/USD: Yuan Inches Up Against Dollar

In a subtle shift, the Chinese Yuan (CNY) appreciated against the US Dollar (USD). The exchange rate now stands at 0.1386, marking an increase of 0.000031 USD, or 0.022%. This minor gain reflects positive sentiment towards the Yuan, potentially driven by recent trade surplus announcements from China.

EUR/CHF: Euro Weakens Slightly Against Swiss Franc

The Euro (EUR) has slightly weakened against the Swiss Franc (CHF). The exchange rate is now 0.9803, down by 0.00039 CHF, or 0.040%. This decline could be attributed to the ongoing cautious outlook on the Eurozone's economic prospects and recent financial data releases.

EUR/CNY: Euro Dips Against Chinese Yuan

The Euro (EUR) experienced a slight depreciation against the Chinese Yuan (CNY). The current rate is 7.8498, showing a decrease of 0.0106 CNY, or 0.13%. This movement might reflect stronger economic data from China compared to the Eurozone, affecting the exchange dynamics.

EUR/USD: Euro Loses Ground to US Dollar

The Euro (EUR) has also lost ground against the US Dollar (USD). The exchange rate now stands at 1.0877, reflecting a decrease of 0.0012 USD, or 0.11%. This change indicates ongoing investor caution regarding the Eurozone’s economic stability and potential interest rate movements in the US.

GBP/USD: British Pound Slightly Down Against US Dollar

The British Pound (GBP) saw a small decline against the US Dollar (USD), with the current rate at 1.2675. This represents a decrease of 0.0014 USD, or 0.11%. The slight drop may be influenced by recent economic data and political developments in the UK, adding to market uncertainty.

JPY/USD: Japanese Yen Slightly Gains Against US Dollar

The Japanese Yen (JPY) has slightly gained against the US Dollar (USD). The exchange rate is now 0.0065, reflecting an increase of 0.0000067 USD, or 0.10%. This modest appreciation suggests a positive sentiment towards the Yen amidst recent economic reports from Japan.


Today’s FX market movements highlight a series of modest adjustments among major currencies. The BRL shows resilience against the USD, while the CNY and JPY reflect minor gains. In contrast, the Euro and Pound show slight declines against the USD, influenced by varying economic indicators and geopolitical factors. These shifts underscore the dynamic nature of the global foreign exchange landscape, driven by economic data, market sentiment, and policy decisions. Stay tuned for further updates and analysis on the ever-evolving FX market.


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