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WHAT IMPACTS THE USD/DKK EXCHANGE RATE
The USD/DKK symbol denotes the currency pair which trades the US dollar against the Danish krone. The US dollar is the most popular currency traded in the forex market and is considered one of the most stable reserve currencies in the world. On the other hand, the value of the Danish krone is pegged to the Euro and is permitted to fluctuate in a range within 2.25% of the EUR.Trade is an important factor that influences the exchange rate of the USD/DKK. The US is seen as a consumer-driven economy which depends on imports from other parts of the world. On the other hand, Denmark's economy is an export-oriented one, with the value of exports outnumbering that of imports. As a result, the release of trade balance data can drive significant price action in this pair. For instance, if the trade deficit of the US increases from the previous reading, it weakens the USD and turns this pair bearish. USD/DKK also trades bearish if Denmark reports an increase in its trade surplus, which strengthens the DKK.In addition, Denmark is also an exporter of agricultural commodities, including dairy, meat, and fish as well as wood. As a result, any changes in the price of these commodities can also cause fluctuations in the value of the DKK and affect the exchange rate of the DKK.
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USD to DKK EXCHANGE RATE - FAQ
What was the lowest value of USD/DKK this year?

USD/DKK touched a low of 6.2469 on 4 November 2020. This was the weakest value for the currency pair so far this year.

What economic events affect the exchange rate of USD/DKK?

The USD/DKK sees significant price action upon the release of key economic data from the US and Denmark, including GDP, unemployment rate, inflation, business confidence, retail sales, trade balance and industrial production.

How do central bank decisions impact USD/DKK?

Changes to the monetary policy or interest rates by the Federal Reserve and the Danmarks Nationalbank can cause movements in the USD/DKK currency pair. For instance, if the Fed cuts interest rates or turns dovish about its monetary policy, the USD weakens, causing USD/DKK to trade bearish, and vice versa.