© Reuters. An employee of a money changer holds a stack of U.S. Dollar notes before giving it to a customer in Jakarta By Vatsal Srivastava SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The dollar rose against most of its peers on Monday, although heightened investor expectations that the Federal Reserve will not raise rates this year are most
© Reuters. Investing.com – The climbed on Friday in Asia after data showed the country’s for November came in better than expected. Sales rose 0.4% month-on-month, up from 0.3% growth in October and above analysts’ estimates of a 0.3% gain. Meanwhile, the U.S. dollar slipped after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated that the central
Investing.com – The Chinese yuan and the Australian dollar gained on Wednesday in Asia following reports that Beijing and Washington may be making progress in resolving their trade dispute. Talks between the two countries were extended for a third day, according to various media, which added that negotiators made progress on issues including the purchase
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Illustration photo of U.S. Dollar and China Yuan notes By Daniel Leussink TOKYO (Reuters) – The dollar eased against some of its peers on Wednesday, as hopes of progress in the Sino-U.S. trade dispute boosted commodity-linked and riskier currencies. Increased risk appetite helped lift the Australian dollar after U.S. government officials
© Reuters. A trader shows U.S. dollar notes at a currency exchange booth in Peshawar By Vatsal Srivastava SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The dollar weakened against its peers on Monday, as investors wagered that the Federal Reserve would put its policy tightening on pause in 2019, which eased market concerns about a slowing for U.S. growth.
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Illustration photo of a Japan Yen note By Vatsal Srivastava SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The yen surged on Thursday through key technical levels as heightened worries about the global economy pushed investors to safe haven-assets in moves exacerbated by thin holiday volumes. Charging the risk averse mood was Apple Inc’s (O:) move
© Reuters. A trader shows U.S. dollar notes at a currency exchange booth in Karachi By Vatsal Srivastava SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The dollar traded narrowly against its peers on Monday, as risk sentiment remained fragile over heightened concerns of slowing global growth and a partial U.S. government shutdown. Markets will be closely watching the progress