Breaking: DXY jumps to two-month highs at 98.30 despite mixed PMI figures
The Institue for Supply Management's (ISM) Non-Manufacturing PMI in January arrived at 55.5 after printing 54.9 in December and came in slightly worse than the market expectation of 55.
Additionally, the IHS Markit's Services PMI in January's final reading rose to 53.4 from 52.8 in December and the Composite PMI improved to 53.3 to beat the market expectation of 53.1.
The greenback preserves its bullish momentum following the PMI figures with the US Dollar Index jumping to its highest level since early December at 98.30. As of writing, the index was up 0.35% on the day at 98.28.