has been witnessing a freefall and the fall beyond critical supports around 94.30 mentioned in the last issue lead the DX
lower. Currently, the U.S. currency's performance against the euro
and five other currencies, hit its lowest level since May 3, 2016. The sharp weakness not witnessed since the period of January to July 1986 is driven by disappointing economic data, political uncertainty and positive developments abroad have sent the U.S. dollar lower despite two rate hikes by the Federal Reserve
. The recent selling seems to be overdone and hence a stronger U.S. dollar rebound from current levels are expected by year-end 2017.