At the Tuesday trading, the EUR-USD pair has kept decreasing on the reports of the US Federal Reserve.
The British currency is weakening driven by the mess in the UK parliament. In China, yuan is also on downward track once the central bank canceled the adjustment under daily currency fixing.
At the same time, Japanese yen is reportedly strengthening vs the majority of currencies since the Bank of Japan cuts long-term state bonds buying.
The head of Federal Reserve Bank said the base interest rate is expected to show a 4-fold increase in 2018 in light of good economic data.
At the same time, another bank's representative commented that the rate should be revised 3-times as the tax reform will boost economic growth.
The head of Atlanta Department of the Federal Reserve Bank agreed that the interest rate might be lifted further but at a slower pace than in 2017.
The European currency has decreased to $1.1937 today, whereas the previous session in New York was closed at $1.1967. For reference EUR reached a 3-year peak at $1.20 last week. It will keep rising this year, but at a slower pace, as expects Societe Generale.
The GBP-USD pair weakened 0.35% to $1.3521 ($1.3568 a day before), while the rate to EUR reached 1.1333 (1.1337).
The US dollar-to-yen exchange rate dropped from 113.09 on Monday to 112.60 and euro-to-yen rate – 135.35 to 134.32.