hey Dollar New York trades higher on Friday in the wake of a local holiday, following ADP’s US private employment data, adjusting to a stronger dollar in the wake of Thursday’s Treasury interest advance in New York. unemployment benefits Better than expected US and US service PMI.
The DXY index, which compares the dollar against six rivals, recently began showing a bearish bias, but the US currency was still rising against some emerging and commodity-linked currencies such as the Mexican peso.
Long Treasury yields also lag behind. May payrolls (employment data) results in the United States today for global investors and in Brazil, forecast for the morning period. According to estimates from 26 analysts consulted by Broadcast Projections, the median of expectations is for the creation of 700,000 positions (range 500,000 to 900,000 vacancies).
At 9:22 am, the dollar in cash rose 0.42% to R$5.1052, while the maximum was R$5.1187 (+0.68%) at the trade opening. The July futures dollar rose 0.58% to R$5.1165, compared to the maximum at R$5.1385 (+1.00%).