© Reuters. Investing.com – The U.S. dollar edged up against most other currencies on Monday in Asia as traders await further news on China trade talks. The that tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies last traded at 11:16 PM ET (04:16 GMT), up 0.1%. The index, widely considered a safe-haven asset, gained
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© Reuters. Wall Street Banks Reckon Dollar Must Fall. Traders Don’t Agree (Bloomberg) — As a growing chorus of analysts from the likes of Morgan Stanley (NYSE:) and Nomura predict dark days for the dollar, the market is telling a different story. The U.S. currency has rallied almost 1 percent since the day of the
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© Reuters. Investing.com – The U.S. dollar slipped on Wednesday in Asia as the Federal Reserve got its two-day meeting underway. The that tracks the greenback against a basket of other currencies fell by 0.2% to 96.343 by 12:01 AM ET (05:01 GMT). “The positioning going into the FOMC meeting is very defensive and that’s
(Bloomberg) — The pound rallied as the market judged U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May may survive a threat to her leadership launched Wednesday. Sterling recovered from a 20-month low and gilts fell after May said she would contest a vote of no confidence and many of her Cabinet ministers came out in support of her.