The Dollar Index, measured against six major currencies, held at 91.21. The index dropped 2% through April as a positive view of global recovery prospects lifted trade-exposed currencies at the dollar's expense, but bounced with upbeat U.S. consumption data on Friday.
Technically, the rallies still suggest a bull alignment with potential for a climb against previous topping levels at 91.50 and chance for a drive to 91.80, if broken
⇒ 92.32. Minor corrective trade must stay stable over 90.85 to motivate rallies. A close under 90.61 rejects the upturn.