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USDX - Commodity Index

The ICE Futures U.S. Dollar Index (USDX®), is a leading benchmark for the international value of the US dollar and the world's most widely-recognized, publicly-traded currency index. The USDX measures the performance of the US Dollar against 6 major currencies: EUR, GBP, JPY, CAD, CHF, and SEK. The importance of the trade weighted average between the currencies represents a more realistic asset value of underlying commodities than the actively traded dollar. } }

Metalprices.com recognizes the importance of reporting the dollar index, and therefore a chart was developed to track the dollar index against 3 important economic indicators: Gold, Oil, and Copper.

Note: The USDX® value is a relative quote and varies with each source.

Currency News (GMT)

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    • NEWS | 05 Feb 18:47
    • DJ Copper Falls As Dollar Gains, China Holiday Nears
    • By Christian Berthelsen and Ese Erheriene Copper futures fell Friday as the U.S. dollar strengthened in reaction to mixed U.S. jobs data, and investors showed caution ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year. Copper futures ended Friday down 1.4% at $2.103 a pound on the New Yo
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    • NEWS | 05 Feb 15:17
    • DJ Copper Falls As Dollar Gains, China Holiday Nears
    • By Ese Erheriene and Christian Berthelsen Copper futures fell Friday as the U.S. dollar strengthened in reaction to mixed U.S. jobs data, and investors showed caution ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year. Copper futures were down 1.7% at $2.097 a pound on the New York Merca
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    • NEWS | 04 Feb 19:17
    • DJ Copper Hits High for the Year as Dollar Weakens
    • By Christian Berthelsen and Ese Erheriene Copper prices hit their highest level since the start of the year Thursday as a weaker dollar sparked investor demand for the industrial metal and drove bearish traders out of the market. Copper futures for the most actively traded March
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