In this section you can find tables and charts showing the percentage of rise and falls of currencies against the US dollar. Above 0% represents appreciation and below 0% represents depreciation.
The direction of international fund flow is easily identifiable here whether it’s flowing into the North American and European market (on the left side), Asian market (mostly related to international trade, in the middle), or commodity currency (related to fluctuations in commodity prices, on the right). Most currencies are quoted against the US dollar, for example, ¥107.79 to US$1. However, the US dollar is quoted against Euro, British pound, Australian dollar, and New Zealand dollar.