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The Wall Street Journal Dollar Index (WSJ Dollar Index) is an index (or measure) of the value of the U.S. dollar relative to 16 foreign currencies. The index is weighted using data provided by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) on total foreign exchange (FX) trading volume.What currencies are included in the WSJ Dollar Index?
Initially at launch, the WSJ Dollar Index currently tracked seven foreign currencies, including the euro (EUR), yen (JPY), pound sterling (GBP), Australian dollar (AUD), Swiss franc (CHF), Canadian dollar (CAD), and Swedish krona (SEK). All seven currencies remain in the current version of the index.What are the weights of the currencies in the index?
The EUR is, by far, the largest component of the index, making up 57.6% of the basket. The weights of the rest of the currencies in the index are JPY (13.6%), GBP (11.9%), CAD (9.1%), SEK (4.2%), and CHF (3.6%). 1 The index started in 1973 with a base of 100, and values since then are relative to this base.What is the value of USDX?
Dollar Index - USDX'. The U.S. dollar index (USDX) is a measure of the value of the U.S. dollar relative to the value of a basket of currencies of the majority of the U.S.'s most significant trading partners. This index is similar to other trade-weighted indexes, which also use the exchange rates from the same major currencies. Next Up.