The U.S. dollar ran out of steam versus its most-traded counterparts, as traders were more appealed to risk assets, particularly the euro and the swiss franc, which weighed further on the greenback with a start of new week.
The Greenback fell after a mixed start, leaving the dollar index which tracks the performance of the U.S. dollar against major counterparts to trade around 79.44 after recording a fresh daily low of 79.35. The index started the day at 79.73 the printed a high of 79.88.
Gold spot price was little changed today to trade around $1663.04 after kissing a high of $1669.43. The metal started the day at $1659.73 and printed a low of $1652.54.
Oil futures for April delivery steadied as well to trade around $107.55 from the opening level of $107.25, recording a high of $108.07 and a low of $106.53.
The 17-nation common currency pared earlier rally verusus the greenback to trade around $1.3238 after scoring a daily high of $1.3265. The EUR/USD started the day at $1.3175, recording a low of $1.3140.
The Pound rose against its U.S. counterpart to trade around $1.5885 after prining a daily high of $1.5903. The GBP/USD started the day at $1.5837 and scored a low of $1.5819.
The greenback pared losses against its Japanese counterpart to trade around 83.35 yen after recording a daily low of 83.00 yen. The USD/JPY started the day at 83.39 and reocrd a daily high of 83.56 yen.