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USDX - Commodity Index

MetalPrices.com intends to discontinue publication of data on the ICE Futures US dollar index 30 June, 2016. MetalPrices.com recognizes the importance of currency values in metals trading and provides foreign exchange conversions for our metal assessments in dozens of the world’s major currencies. Please email support@metalprices.com with questions about this change.

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)

    • NEWS | 22 Sep 18:01
    • DJ Copper Prices Jump on Weaker Dollar
    • By Stephanie Yang Copper prices hit a six-week high on Thursday, buoyed by a weaker U.S. dollar and rising oil prices. Copper for December delivery settled up 1.8% at $2.1945 a pound on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, the highest close since Aug. 11.
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    • NEWS | 22 Sep 14:47
    • DJ Copper Prices Jump on Weaker Dollar
    • By Stephanie Yang Copper prices hit a five-week high Thursday, buoyed by a weaker U.S. dollar and rising oil prices. Copper for December delivery was recently up 1.9% at $2.1955 a pound on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, trading at the highest level
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    • NEWS | 22 Sep 09:17
    • DJ Base Metals Advances as Dollar Weakens After Fed Meeting
    • By Georgi Kantchev LONDON--Copper prices rose Thursday along with other base metals as the U.S. dollar weakened following the Federal Reserve s meeting Wednesday. The London Metal Exchange s three-month copper contract was up 1% at $4,816.50 a metric ton in mid-morning tra
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