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Marc Chandler

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The US dollar finished the week on seemingly fragile footing. The question investors are asking is if the steady drum beat of disappointing US economic data turns the dollar's bull case on its head. ...
The US dollar is softer against all the major currencies today, led by the euro and sterling. The main exception is the New Zealand dollar. Dovish comments by the deputy governor of the RBNZ fanning ...
A string of soft data in Asia and Europe has helped underpin the dollar, but choppy range trading persists. While Asian shares still rallied, helped by the biggest rally in Taiwan in almost two-years ...
The US dollar is trading heavily. The losses are consistent with the broad range environment that has been shaped over the past several weeks. The most important spark, shifting the dollar uptrend to ...
The US dollar is extending yesterday's gains but remains well within ranges that have confined the greenback for more than a month now. There are two main catalysts. First NY Fed President reaffirmed ...
Many European officials are trying to reassure investors and send a signal to Greek officials that it is not 2010-2012. European countries are better positioned to deal with Greece. The banks are ...
The US dollar is firmer against most of the European currencies but is weaker within the dollar-bloc and many emerging market currencies. Against the yen, the greenback is little changed. The US ...
The US dollar's strong advance ended a month ago. Weak economic data encouraged investors to push out their expectations of the Fed's first rate hike. Some are even shifting it out of 2015 entirely.At...
The US dollar fell against the major currencies and many emerging market currencies last week. Punished by disappointing data, it threatened to break out of ranges that have confined it. However, the ...
(1) Some measure to support the lira maybe on the way in Turkey.(2) Singapore MAS kept the slope and width of the policy band unchanged, a hawkish surprise. (3) Malaysia sells $1.5 bln in the ...