The U.S. dollar rose on Wednesday after data showed the services sector in the world's largest economy rebounded in May after contracting the month before.

US Dollar Higher

The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said its nonmanufacturing purchasing managers index rose to 53.8 last month from 49.4 in April.

Institute for Supply Management (ISM) data

The dollar index was up 0.1% at 104.28 in afternoon trading.

Dollar Index Up

Economists believe the U.S. economy is slowing down, but not enough to sell the dollar.

Economist's View

The market is pricing in about two rate cuts by the Fed this year.

Market Pricing in Rate Cuts

The euro, the biggest component of the dollar index, turned lower after the ISM data.

Euro Lower After ISM Data

Investors are looking to the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday, in which the bank is expected to lower interest rates.

European Central Bank (ECB) Meeting

The Bank of Canada (BOC) cut interest rates by 25 basis points (bps) to 4.75% on Wednesday.

Bank of Canada Cuts Rates

The U.S. dollar rose against the Canadian currency after the BOC rate move.

US Dollar Up Against Canadian Dollar

Analysts expect the Bank of England to cut rates in two weeks.

Bank of England Expected to Cut Rates