Forex price index is moving higher after hitting a record high at the start of trading.
Forex price was trading at $9.10, up 0.3% on Thursday.
It hit a record low at $8.95 earlier this week.
The index was last trading above $10 on July 5, and last week was at its highest point on record.
Forex volume indicator has moved up by more than 6% so far this year, according to the market monitor data.
Forests and futures were also moving higher in early trading on Thursday, as well.
The benchmark US 10-year US Treasury note index has gained 1.9%, while the benchmark 10-y Euro yield has climbed 1.3%.
The dollar was also gaining against a basket of currencies, after the US government announced the Federal Reserve was planning to cut interest rates.US bond yields have also risen sharply, while the European Central Bank cut its key lending rate last month.
The S&P 500 index has jumped 4.3%, the Nasdaq composite index has increased 2.5%, and the Russell 2000 index has grown 2.2%.
The Dow Jones industrial average is up 0,079.40 points, or 0.8%, to 23,834.75.
The S&P 500 is up 5,826.50 points, a gain of 5.6%.