It will be hard to support the dollar when economic data is still pretty poor,'' said Greg Salvaggio, vice president for trading at Tempus Consulting in Washington. He beat all 52 other forecasters in a Bloomberg News survey of third-quarter exchange rate predictions. Salvaggio said he expects the dollar to trade between 96 to 99 cents per euro over the next two weeks
Analysts expect a government report this week to show the U.S. jobless rate rose this month, another sign the recovery is losing momentum, analysts said. The jobless rate likely rose to 5.8 percent this month from 5.6 percent
``All indications point to more bad news with the unemployment rate, pushing the dollar down,'' Salvaggio said.
alle Indikatoren deuten darauf,dass der Dollar weiter fallen wird,er erwartet den Dollar zwischen 96 und 99 cent Traderange,auch weil die Arbeitslosigkeit höher sein wird