US government resumed its work after a three-day break
On Tuesday, United States government officials returned to their duties after a three-day break. Democrats had agreed to support the bill, which provides for the extend of government funding until February, 8, in exchange for the promises of Republicans to consider the initiative of Donald Trump about the cancellation of the Barack Obama's DACA program. The program provides protection against eviction to immigrants who entered the US at a minor age.
Despite the resumption of government work, the US dollar recovered slightly against the basket of major currencies. Demand for the US national currency is still weak due to fears that China will stop buying of the US government bonds. In addition, the problem with the financing of the US government has not resolved. It has been postponed for three weeks.