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Today, Monday, the beginning of the week’s trading prices rose to their highest level in August amid the weakening of the US dollar and the decline in US Treasury bond yields.

The US fell by 0.26% on Monday, which pushed the Japanese yen higher, which is the best performer compared to today’s currencies.

This week, investors ’focus will be towards a meeting of three central banks, namely:

1- The Federal Reserve Bank.

2- The Japanese Central Bank.

3- The British Central Bank.

The three central banks are expected to maintain their monetary policy with more economic measures to combat the economic effects of the Corona pandemic.

In this video, we explain the important levels of gold against the US dollar, in addition to the technical overview of the US dollar against the major currencies.

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