In the market at the beginning of the week, the dollar index has been rebounding for the first time in a long time. It is the first time that the daily bar shows the positive line since August 26th. After hitting a low of 92.095 in the morning in Tokyo, it rose further in the London market and rebounded to 92.311.
The dollar short, which received a weak increase in US employment last weekend, has been adjusted. However, the resistance on the 10th line is 92.5748, which is still above.
US and Canadian equity and bond markets are closed due to Labor Day holidays. For this reason, it is difficult to make big movements.
When the US dollar is repurchased to some extent and settles down, I would like to go to sell the US dollar again.