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08Dec
 
The euro held firm close to a three-week high versus the dollar on Thursday, as speculators turned their consideration regarding the European Central Banks strategy meeting later in the day, and as the greenback was dragged around a drop in U.S. security yields. The euro has been the primary concentration for...
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05Dec
 
The euro fell against the dollar and speculators supported for an uneven ride on Monday as Italy seemed set out toward a time of political and money related turmoil. PM Matteo Renzi declared early Monday that he would leave after his program of protected change was dismisses by Italian voters by...
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21Nov
 
Gold slithered higher in Asian exchange on Monday, snapping a 3-session losing streak, helped by physical purchasing after the metal slid to a 5-1/2-month low on Friday. Spot gold was up 0.3 percent at $1,211.72 an ounce. In the previous session, the metal fell as much as 1 percent to mark...
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09Nov
 
Gold bounced about 5 percent on Wednesday to its most grounded in over five weeks as financial specialists looked for places of refuge with Republican Donald Trump driving Democrat Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House. It denoted golds greatest single-day pick up since June when it ascended as...
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04Nov
 
Pound traded near a four-week high on Friday and was setting out toward its greatest week since March, having bounced after Englands High Court put a spanner in the administrations prepares with Britains exit from the European Union. The battered pound has pawed back 2.5 percent against the dollar this week,...
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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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24Oct
 
The dollar hit a nine-month high against a wicker container of monetary forms on Monday, floated by desires that the U.S. Central bank will raise loan costs this year and by a retreating possibility of Donald Trump getting to be U.S. president. Having recently recorded three straight weeks of additions, the...
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09Aug
 
Crude prices edged down Tuesday morning in Asia on benefit taking after a sharp rally overnight as speculators were encouraged by the likelihood that the worlds oil cartel may reexamine a generation solidify at a meeting in late September. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, light, sweet rough prospects for conveyance...
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29Jun
 
Sterling rose for a brief moment day on Wednesday, helped by rising securities exchanges, despite the fact that waiting worries over UK development and venture after Britains vote a week ago to leave the European Union were liable to farthest point picks up. Speculators were taking some consolation from the way...
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09Jun
 
The New Zealand dollar became the dominant focal point on Thursday, surging to a one-year high after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand kept loan fees unaltered, astonishing a few speculators who had been wagering on a rate cut. The kiwi was up 1.7 percent at $0.7140 and moved to $0.7148...
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