The bull market is at its longest yet while Bitcoin remains unchanged, silver and gold do well, and oil rebounded strongly this week.
The U.S. dollar might be at a stagnant place for the rest of the year.
With the Brexit approaching, the British pound plummets.
The strength of the U.S. dollar and a bullish trading pushes for a higher price index of gold, closing near the $1,300 per ounce mark.
China competes with US dollar through Petro-yuan and talks trading gold with Iran in exchange for oil supply. Bitcoin slides further to less than $8,000.
While gains are slow for silver, the gold outlook continues to be hopeful despite strong dollar showing.
Coined as 'altcoin', alternative cryptocurrencies are shaking up virtual banking, with more and more people cashing up less on Bitcoin.
The value of the US dollar is currently inflated but might crash down during the mid-term elections.
The buying power of the U.S. dollar has remained fluctuant this year.
The US constitutional crisis, U.S. conflict with North Korea and other geopolitical issues are expected to affect markets.