The trading week just ended was played mainly in the middle of it. To drag the main currencies exchange rates have been the FOMC minutes and macroeconomic information relating to the most important economies of this time: the US and EU.
The week began with the publication of the consumer price index of the United States.
The US consumer price index in April has recorded a growth of + 0.4%, against an earlier seen at + 0.1%. The annualized version reported an increase of + 1.1%, resulting higher than the previous at + 0.9%. The core version of the CPI has also seen an increase from + 0.1% to + 0.2%.