Gissis (reviewed here) announced a new update on the global economic recovery and the dollar with weekly growth. From time to time, Gissis informs its participants of world economic news, which at least show the activity of the project. That’s alsways good for any project in the Hyip industry.

*We personally on EN consider only a temporary issue, and in the future the world will see the second and final wave of an even worse economic crisis…

Let’s read and will be aware of these news too:

The dollar headed for its best week in a month on Friday as a resurgence in coronavirus cases knocked confidence in a rapid economic recovery and drove investors to the safety of the world’s reserve currency.

The dollar traded near a two-week high against a basket of currencies (=USD) and has gained about 0.4% for the week, its largest weekly rise since mid-May. That stalled the rally in the risk-sensitive Australian and New Zealand dollars.
 
The Aussie was steady on Friday at $0.6854 and testing its 20-day moving average. The kiwi slipped to $0.6407, its lowest since Monday. The safe-haven Japanese yen firmed a fraction to 106.90 per dollar.
 
The British pound sat a fraction above a two-week low at $1.2403, under pressure as investors fretted that the Bank of England may not be planning enough bond buying to support confidence through 2021.
 
The euro (EUR=) was steady at $1.1200, a little above a two-week low of $1.1186 touched on Thursday. It has lost about 1.3% of its value against the dollar since a Tuesday top as questions grow about the political viability of the European Union’s stimulus plan.
 
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