The US Dollar’s dynamics in relation to the world’s main currencies over the period of January21-25 turned out rather noisy and volatile, since the news background proved saturated and controversial. The macroeconomic data from the Eurozone continued improving, provoking growth of demand for the risky assets while in Asia the Bank of Japan meeting’s outcome initially disappointed the currency market’s participants. No key macroeconomic data from the US was published over this period yet the data that was being released was of a generally positive nature, hinting at the increase of the world’s largest economy’s growth pace and decreasing the chances for the third round of the quantitative easing being protracted. Therefore, the Dollar failed to substantially change its positions after the week. Closer to the second half of the day on Friday, January 25, the USDX index lost 0.2% in the aftermath.