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02Nov
 
The dollar dropped on Wednesday as the U.S. presidential decision progressively looked a genuine cliffhanger, clattering speculators nerves and fuelling interest for saw shelters, for example, the Japanese yen. The greenback tumbled to a three-week low against the euro and a 12-day low versus the yen, as a few surveys demonstrated...
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08Aug
 
The dollar reinforced against the yen on Monday, expanding its increases after solid U.S. work figures supported desires of quicker monetary development and raised the likelihood of a Federal Reserve financing cost build this year. Nonfarm payrolls ascended by 255,000 occupations in July, route over financial specialists middle estimate of an...
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10Jun
 
The dollar index was on track for an unassuming week by week pick up on Friday, having bobbed off the current weeks one-month lows as the euro took a substantial spill while sterling stayed under a cloud on nerves over the forthcoming Brexit vote. The dollar index added 0.3 percent to...
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06Jun
 
Gold rose to its most noteworthy in about two weeks right off the bat Monday, adding to its greatest one-day pick up in almost three months in the past session when powerless U.S. job information strongly cut the possibility of a close term U.S rate climb. Spot gold was up 0.2...
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31May
 
The dollar floated close to its most abnormal amount in two months against a wicker bin of monetary standards on Tuesday on developing desires of an impending U.S. loan cost climb, while the Australian dollar hopped on astounding solid nearby monetary information. The dollars list against a wicker container of six...
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09May
 
The dollar got off to a quiet begin on Monday taking after a rough end to a week ago, while disillusioning exchange makes sense of China scarcely marked an officially guarded Australian dollar. The dollar record was a touch firmer at 93.951. Against the yen, the greenback fetched 107.37, while the euro...
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28Mar
 
The dollar prodded up against the yen on Monday, in the wake of bouncing back a week ago after a progression of remarks from U.S. Central bank authorities who bolstered the case for more loan fee climbs than business sectors had expected. Such views helped the greenback recover from a knock...
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07Mar
 
The Australian dollar fell prey to benefit taking from the get-go Monday having posted its best week after week execution in over four years, while the greenback attempted to get pursuing an unpredictable response to payrolls information. The biggest mover so far, the Aussie eased 0.3 percent to $0.7420, trimming some...
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05Feb
 
The greenback was steady in Asian commercialism on weekday however remained on the right track for weekly losses, as investors braced for U.S. employment figures later within the session for the newest clues on the outlook for the Federal Reserves financial modification path. The U.S dollar wallowed close to a two-week...
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