USD exchange rate today (1/9) simultaneously increased against Japanese yen, euro and pound in early trading in Asia at 5h55 this morning (Vietnam time). The dollar rose for a second day yesterday when investors sought refuge in the currency after the US and Canada news ended without any agreement.
|US dollar today (31/8) against Japanese yen and euro, currencies of emerging currencies & # 39; s, stable US dollar|
|USD exchange rate today (30/8): Central rate unexpectedly reversed after three consecutive days of decline|
In the week from 27 August to 1 September, the central rate did not have much fluctuation, increasing and decreasing with the fluctuation of 5-10 VND / day. At the moment (1/9) the central rates are announced at 22,668 VND / USD, 10 VND lower than last Saturday.
|Exchange rate during the week from 27/8 to 1/9 (Source: QT)|
With a margin of 3%, commercial banks are allowed to trade from 21,998 to 23,358 VND / USD. USD exchange rate quoted at the State Bank of Vietnam is 22,700 – 23,308 VND / USD,
Free USD price maintained at 23,480 – 23,500 VND / USD
According to their survey, the USD exchange rate reference was still around 23,480 – 23,500 VND / USD, unchanged from yesterday, but about 80 VND fell in both directions compared to last week. beforehand.
Bank rates did not fluctuate in the last session of the week
Because of the last trading day of the week, banks kept their quoted prices unchanged yesterday. Consequently, the purchase price in USD ranges from 23,240 to 23,260 VND / USD from 10:00, while the sales price is USD 23,335 to 23,346 VND / USD.
|USD exchange rates at some banks at 10.00 am on 1 September|
USD exchange rate today increased by 0.05% against Yen Japan to 111.03 yen at 5h55 (Vietnam time)
|Artwork. Source: Heinz-Peter Bader / Reuters.|
Dollar index, the strength of the dollar by the exchange rate between the greenback and the six main currencies, increased by 0.42% to 95.10 points.
The euro against the greenback fell by 0.59 percent to $ 1.1602. Meanwhile, the pound sterling fell by 0.38 percent to $ 1.2960.
The dollar rose for a second day yesterday when investors sought refuge in the currency after the US and Canada news ended without any agreement.
US and Canadian officials ended on August 31 with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations, a Canadian official said.
sheet The Wall Street Journal President Trump will tell Congress's plans to promote trade agreements with Mexico. Mr. Trump accused Canada of using the United States commercially, as negotiations between the two countries failed.
The Canadian dollar (CAD) fell by 0.7% against the dollar to 76.49 cents.
Meanwhile, the euro was hit hard by a Trump action after a proposal by the European Union (EU) to lift the car tax is "not good enough". Investors worried about the future of Europe after the US president threatened to impose import duties on cars assembled by German manufacturers.
The euro closed 0.6 percent at $ 1.1601 under pressure from higher interest rates on Italian government bonds.
The British pound dropped yesterday and reversed a month backlog in the previous session, while investors stuck to expectations for a breakthrough in the Brexit negotiations.
According to Economics & Consumer