NEW YORK ( BBH FX Strategy) -- The dollar is broadly higher today, and reflects a "Turnaround Tuesday" from the previous two days of dollar weakness. U.S. housing data may prove supportive of the USD, but markets will be more focused on any hints of additional asset purchases from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's speech Tuesday.The euro is down after failing to hold the 1.325 level, which continues to remain a key level of resistance. Support is seen near 1.315. Sterling showed a limited reaction to the UK consumer price index, which came in above expectations (0.6% month over month vs. 0.4% and 3.4% year over year vs. 3.3%), though the year-over-year rate continued its deceleration path since September's recent peak of 5.2% year over year. The dollar is stronger against the yen but is likely to meet resistance at 84.00. Follow TheStreet on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook. Global shares are mostly lower, with Asia stocks drifting lower led by weakness in Chinese equity markets. Rumors of heightened China political tensions made the rounds, but we discount this.