Dollar bulls are clearly unhappy with the FOMC statement today. Fed kept target range for the federal funds rate at 1 to 1.25% as widely expected. The new FOMC statement was almost a carbon copy of the May's one. The exceptions are firstly, Fed indicated that it will start the "balance sheet normalization program relatively soon". Secondly, Fed took the part that "job gains have moderated" and just described that "job gains have been solid". It's clear that markets are taking the message that Fed is going to announce the plan to shrink the balance sheet in September. And Fed will hold it cards for another rate hike till December to see how the economy evolves.