The dollar oscillates at a low of 1g, the euro rises to a 17-month high

SINGAPORE, July 18 (Reuters) – The dollar weakened slightly on Tuesday, staying close to August 2022 lows against its main rivals as investors wait for new momentum that could perpetuate the dollar’s decline following the release of U.S. inflation statistics last year week. turned out to be cooler than expected.

The dollar index against a basket of six major currencies fell by 08:08 Moscow time by 0.15% to 99.749.

The euro rose 0.17% to $1.1253 to hit a 17-month high of $1.1256 during trading.

Sterling rose 0.19% to $1.3096.

The Japanese yen rose 0.18% against the dollar to 138.46.

The Australian dollar rose 0.21% to $0.6828, the New Zealand dollar rose 0.24% to $0.6339.

The Swiss franc rose 0.26% to $0.8583.

The yuan on the continental market was quoted without clear dynamics around 7.17, on the offshore market – around the level of 7.1758 yuan per dollar.

Bitcoin fell 0.2% to $30,093.

Ethereum fell 0.25% to $1,906.7.

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