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Dollar Declares Itself King as Markets Rise on Hopes of Tax Cuts 2.0 and German Stimulus

Dollar Declares Itself King as Markets Rise on Hopes of Tax Cuts 2.0 and German Stimulus


The Dollar rose against all barring two of its G10 rivals Monday as investors responded to claims that two of the world's top economies are contemplating fiscal stimulus at a time when the global economy is wounded and weakening fast…

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Live GBP/USD Exchange Rate: 1.2148
Daily Change: -0.1003%
Opening Rate: 1.2163
Today's Low: 1.2146
Today's High: 1.2175
Low of the Past Year: 1.2015 (12-08-2019)
High of the Past Year : 1.3322 (16-03-2019)
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Dollar Declares Itself King as Markets Rise on Hopes of Tax Cuts 2.0 and German Stimulus

  • Written by James Skinner

The Dollar rose against all barring two of its G10 rivals Monday as investors responded to claims that two of the world's top economies are contemplating fiscal stimulus at a time when the global economy is wounded and weakening fast, although much about the future direction of the U.S. currency will be determined in the weeks ahead by the Federal Reserve (Fed). 

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Pound-Dollar Rate on Verge of "New and Stronger" Uptrend,says Analyst

  • Written by James Skinner

The Pound-to-Dollar rate is on the verge of a "new and stronger" uptrend that could see the bulk of Sterling's post-referendum losses ironed out, according to analysts at CMC Markets, although other firms are warning that fresh losses could blight the British currency in the weeks ahead.

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The Dollar Bests G10 Rivals after Retail Sales Surprise Puts Economy on Front Foot in Third-quarter

  • Written by James Skinner

The Dollar was rose against almost all of its developed world rivals Thursday after retail sales figures surprised strongly on the upside for the month of July, boding well for growth in the third-quarter and suggesting U.S. consumers are yet to receive the recessionary memo now coming from the bond market's so-called yield curve. 

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