dolaresBuyers are coming back to the greenback as it upheaves ever since Trump sat down as the new President-elect of the United States of America.

After the expected downfall of dollar, it has revolted and exceeded its peak last January with a 100.24 high last Tuesday and noticeably on the same par as last year’s early December with a peak of 100.51.

Investors are crowding over Trump’s slogan for the increase of fiscal spending, tax cutting and loosening of financial regulations.

A week over Trump’s reign, a leap of about 0.40 percentage point to 10-month highs as his promise on fiscal spending are likely to stoke the inflation – this happenstance is  a break of more than a decade of hiatus.


China’s yuan and euro dwindling down

China’s yuan had fallen to its weakest after an almost eight-year battle with the dollar because of the enormous pressure from last week’s election. Greenback is fetching as much as 6.8640 yuan last Tuesday in Asian trade. It is its weakest since the 2009 global financial crisis.

Last Tuesday’s fix was a nightmare for yuan as The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) sets its daily fix at 6.8495 against dollar, this had been and weakest and lowest since the dreary 2008.

Even the euro was pushed to its lowest from $1.0856 last Friday to $1.0739 late in New York. It is the lowest the euro has encountered from the last 11 months’.

A noted catalyst is the rise of concerns that Donald Trump’s victory will awaken some sense of populism and political uncertainty throughout Europe, according to recent reports.


14-year high

The increase was a 14-year high of foreshadowing, amidst different speculations and arguments on Trump’s administration.

Although after the striking and amazing turn of events, Trump’s election has seen some silver linings even in its first week, due to his impending slogans: the increase of fiscal spending, tax cutting and loosening financial regulations.

The drive of investors is still riding the Trump train due to its growing popularity and demand, which left China’s yuan drifting to its lowest since 2008.

In a note by Marc Chandler, global head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman , it is and will be a dollar story than a yuan story.

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