New York, July 20 (Xinhua)-The US dollar rose in late Tuesday trading as risk-off sentiment took root in the market amid concerns about a recovery from the COVID-19 infection.
The dollar index, which measures greenbacks for the six major peers, rose 0.09 percent at 92.9675.
In the second half of New York trading, the euro fell from $ 1.1791 in the previous session to $ 1.1782 and the pound sterling fell from $ 1.3659 in the previous session to $ 1.3626. The Australian dollar rose from $ 0.7328 to $ 0.7330.
The US dollar bought 109.82 yen, which is higher than 109.46 yen in the previous session. The US dollar rose from CHF 0.9182 to CHF 0.9211 and fell from CAD 1.2758 to CAD 1.2694.
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