Exchange rates for the US dollar have lost over one cent against the pound and euro today, as positive corporate earning figures in the US boost demand for the higher yielding currencies.
The US dollar also declined following news from the Labour Department that jobless claims have reached their lowest level since January, while manufacturing levels dropped slightly in the Philadelphia Fed manufacturing survey.
The US dollar exchange rate is currently at 0.7082 versus the euro and 0.6089 versus the pound.
The rates quoted above are interbank rates. Client rates may vary according to the volume and timing of the trade.