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DXY Dollar Index

DXY Dollar Index, 1973 = 100, Updates Daily

The DXY Dollar Index measures the value of the United States dollar relative to a basket of foreign currencies. It is a weighted geometric mean of the dollar's value relative to the following currencies: EUR (57.6%), JPY (13.6%), GBP (11.9%), CAD (9.1%), SEK (4.2%), CHF (3.6%). The index is widely followed by traders and media as an indicator of the dollar’s strength, but is no longer representative of the dollar’s value in trade-weighted terms - China, Mexico, South Korea, and Brazil have superseded Sweden and Switzerland as important trading partners.

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Trade-Weighted Dollar

Trade-Weighted Dollar Indices, Updates Daily

The Federal Reserve Nominal Advanced Economy Dollar Index is a weighted average of the foreign exchange value of the US dollar against a group of the country’s most important industrialized trading partners. The Real Broad Dollar Index is a weighted average of the consumer price index-adjusted foreign exchange value of the dollar against the currencies of a broad group of major trading partners.

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Year to Date Performance

Nominal Dollar Gain (+) / Loss (-) Against Foreign Currencies, % Year to Date, Updates Daily

Represents the percentage change in the nominal exchange rate relative to the US dollar year to date.

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Volatility

Realized 3-Month Historical DXY Volatility v. Implied Volatility, 3-Month ATM Options, Updates Weekly

Represents realized volatility - the scale and frequency of moves over the prior three months - and implied volatility - the market’s expectations of moves over the next three months. Realized volatility is measured using the annualized standard deviation of daily returns over a three-month rolling time horizon, and implied volatility is derived from at-the-money three-month currency options.

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Annual Movement

Year-To-Date % Change in DXY, Adjusted for Breaks, Updates Daily

Historical Movement compares this year’s exchange rate movement – the thick white line – with movement in previous years – the thinner blue lines – to illustrate the degree to which the rate has moved. Performance is equal to the percentage gain or loss in the exchange rate realized over the number of trading days shown on the horizontal axis.

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Speculative Positioning

Net Long (+) or Short (-) US Dollar Futures Position Held by Large Speculators, Billions US Dollars, Updates Weekly

The Commodity Futures Trading Commission's weekly Commitments of Traders report provides a breakdown of the net positions for "non-commercial" (speculative) traders in US futures markets. Market participants follow the data to identify extreme long or short positions in a currency - something that can signal a trend reversal.

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DXY-Weighted Yield Differential

US-Foreign 10-Year Government Bond Yield Differential, %, Updates Weekly

Represents the difference between the 10-year US Treasury yield and a weighted basket of 10-year yields for the Euro Area, Japan, the UK, Canada, Sweden, and Switzerland. Positive values indicate higher yields in US dollars relative to other currencies, while negative values imply the opposite.

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