By Gina Lee Investing.com – The dollar was up on Tuesday morning, steadying an earlier surge after White House trade advisor Peter Navarro clarified his statements concerning the U.S.-China trade deal. Investors were taken on a roller-coaster ride earlier in the session after Navarro said that the deal was “over” on...
By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar has drifted lower in early European trade Monday, but that’s off three-week highs as investors looked for safety amid renewed worries about a second wave of coronavirus infections. At 3 AM ET (0700 GMT), the dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of...
By Dan Burns and Megan Davies (Reuters) - A global crunch for U.S. dollars that was a hallmark of the early moments of the coronavirus crisis appears to have passed, the latest milestone in a remarkable turnaround in financial conditions engineered by the Federal Reserve and other top central banks. Data...
By Geoffrey Smith and Liz Moyer Investing.com -- Europe’s relative success in beating back the novel coronavirus and its economic damage, plus a hotly debated plan in the region to inject stimulus into the recovery effort, may be signaling a buy opportunity in the euro. The region has not suffered the same magnitude...
By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – The pound suffered back-to-back weekly losses against the greenback for the first time in more a month, and experts warn the rout is far from over as the risk of a no-deal Brexit and the potential for a second Covid-19 hit to the economy will...
By Peter Nurse Investing.com - The dollar drifted lower in early European trade Wednesday, but ranges are tight as investors try to digest a combination of upbeat economic data, a gloomy prognosis from the Federal Reserve chairman, worries about a second Covid-19 wave and diplomatic tensions in Asia. At 3:05 AM...

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