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  Good Morning,   - The US dollar rally is over… for now. The dollar index narrowly slipped to 85.882 after marking its biggest one-day fall since July 2013 y... [More]
  Good Morning,   - Dollar flies as US jobless rate declined to a six-year low… - Barclays on EUR/USD: "We expect this EUR depreciation trend to be a multi-ye... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro was little changed at $1.2650 level after yesterdays rebound to 1.27 on Draghi comments, putting some distance from its two-year low of ... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro rebound as investors took profits on the dollar's recent gains, ahead of a policy review by the ECB. - Asian shares all in red: Japan's ... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar strengthened above 110 yen for the first time since August 2008. - The greenback rose versus most of its 16 major counterparts amid s... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The U.S. dollar trade calm, but still was on track to post its biggest monthly gain in over a year… - Asian markets trade under pressure w... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The euro fell to a 22-month low versus the U.S. dollar and touched $1.2663, the strongest level since November 2012, ahead of the ECB meets on Oc... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar is on track for its 11th successive weekly rise, something it has not achieved in four decades… - The dollar trade steadied on ... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar index hit a fresh four-year high of 85.17, as Euro test new 14-months lows at 1.2730 level… - Asian stocks slipped on Thursday... [More]
  Good Morning,   - The dollar trade on hold with U.S. yields fell on geopolitical concerns and dovish statements by a Federal Reserve official. - Asian stocks slipp... [More]

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