© Reuters. The dollar remains unchanged against its rivals
Investing.com – The dollar remains unchanged near the highest in four months against the other major currencies on Wednesday, as investors await new information on the fate of the tax reform american.
The sentiment against the greenback remains vulnerable to the suite of information according to which a significant reduction of the corporate income tax is currently being discussed in the framework of the tax reform americans could be delayed a year.
The Washington Post reported on Tuesday that republican leaders in the Senate are considering delaying the implementation of the large tax reduction on companies to comply with the rules of the Senate.
The dollar has been supported recently by hopes that the tax reform could boost the economy.
The index dollar, which measures the greenback’s strength against a basket of six major currencies, was stable at 94.7 at 08:25 a. m., AND (12:25 GMT).
The USD/JPY was down 0.41% at 113,52, ranging from a high of eight months of 114,73.
Earlier in the week, the group took advantage of the divergent positions of the Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan. BoJ governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Monday that the central bank would continue its monetary easing policy, but added that the bank closely followed the economic effects of a stimulus extended.
The euro changes little with the EUR/USD at 1.1590.
Elsewhere, the GBP/USD is losing 0.47% at 1.3104, while the USD/CHF is stable to 0.9998.
The dollars of australia and new zealand are progressing with the AUD/USD rising 0.44% to 0,7677 and NZD / USD up 0.42% to 0,6928.
In the meantime, the USD/CAD has slipped from 0.40% to 1,2730.