FXstreet.com (Córdoba) - Markets in the U.S. fell on Thursday for the first time in the week. The Dow Jones fell 0.08% and the Nasdaq 0.30%. Gold and crude oil also ended with moderate losses. Investor doubt if this is a pause in Wall Street's rally or the beginning of a bigger correction move. The Dollar finished mix across the board, falling to fresh 2009 lows against the Euro and the Franc but rose slightly to the Yen and Cable.
Dollar weakness still in play
EUR/USD reached fresh 2009 highs and is starting to consolidate above 1.4700. The pair moved sideways during the American session and currently is being traded near multi-month.
Cable remains under pressure and fell on Thursday across the board. GBP/USD failed to hold above 1.6500 and plunged to 1.6425 which has become an important support. The Pound also fell against the Swiss Franc and the Euro.
USD/JPY ended the day only a few pips above the opening price. The pair moved sideways during the American session. Greenback achievement was to hold above 91.00.