Euro and yen were the big winners against the dollar on late Friday last week, amid the uncertainty in place generated from FBI's comments that it shall perform a detailed review of Hillary Clinton's private email use.
Euro and dollar higher to 1.0985
The EUR/USD traded to 1.0985, jumping 0.82%, and the USD/JPY traded at 104.72, declining 0.52%.
The U.S. dollar index declined to 98.31, 0.62% lower, while previously having appreciated to 98.92.
Furthermore, the GDP in the U.S. expanded 2.9% at a yearly rate and was higher compared to the economists' forecasts. The nation's consumer spending dropped to 2.1% from the second quarter's 4.3% rate.