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Dollar rises on ECB, SNB rate-cut expectations NEW YORK: The dollar rose across the board on Friday, hitting an eight-month high against a basket of currencies as speculation the Swiss National Bank would follow the European Central Bank in cutting deposit rates further pushed major competitors lower. Expectations of growing interest rate differentials between the dollar and major European currencies have pushed the dollar index up to near its yearly peak of 100.390, the highest it has been since June 2003. Most analysts anticipate the Federal Reserve will raise US interest rates next month, strengthening the dollar, while the ECB and SNB are expected to announce further easing.For the week, the dollar is up more than 1.1 percent against the Swiss franc, having touched a five-year high against the safe-haven currency on Friday.It was the second straight week of 1 percent gains for the dollar against the franc, having risen nearly 1.2 percent last week. The euro ...

Dollar rises on solid manufacturing data, possible ECB action NEW YORK: The dollar rose on Wednesday after strong economic data further backed the case for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates, and after officials said the European Central Bank was discussing additional options for stimulating the economy. Manufacturing output rose well above economists' expectations in October and a gauge of US business investment plans surged. A survey of factories also showed a rise in new orders last month, the Commerce Department said. The ...
Dollar gains as weak US data fail to dampen Fed hike view NEW YORK: The dollar rose to a seven-month high on Monday, as unusually hawkish comments from a regional US Federal Reserve president over the weekend further cemented expectations of an interest rate hike next month. San Francisco Fed President John Williams on Saturday cited a "strong case" for raising rates when Fed policymakers meet next month, as long as US economic data does not disappoint. Williams, a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee, ...
Dollar drops on profit-taking, bullish outlook intact NEW YORK: The dollar weakened across the board on Thursday after rising for four straight sessions, as investors cashed in recent gains driven by widespread expectations of a US Federal Reserve interest rate increase next month. The minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting released on Wednesday reinforced the rate hike view, providing broad, long-term support for the dollar. However, the minutes also pointed to a debate among Fed policymakers about the US economic outlook, ...
Latam currencies gain as Fed tightening seen gradual SAO PAULO: Latin American currencies rallied on Thursday as investors bet US interest rates might not rise as fast or as high as feared next year, a more dovish view supporting an appetite for emerging market assets.The Brazilian real jumped 1.7 percent, leading gains in the region. A central bank auction of $500 million in repurchase agreements, the sixth such sale this month, also boosted the currency.The currencies of Mexico and Colombia followed suit, with ...
C$ firms, trims some gains on lower oil, wholesale trade data TORONTO: The Canadian dollar firmed against a broadly weaker US dollar, but trimmed some gains as crude oil prices fell after earlier advancing and Canadian wholesale trade dipped unexpectedly in September.Supportive of global asset markets but weighing on the US dollar, the Federal Reserve has signaled a likely rate increase next month, but also that it would proceed gradually on further hikes depending on the economy's performance.Canadian wholesale trade fell by 0.1 percent in September ...
C$ edges higher as crude oil trims losses TORONTO: The Canadian dollar firmed against the US dollar on Tuesday, further recovering from a six-week low hit on Monday, as crude oil prices trimmed earlier losses and US inflation data met expectations.Crude oil, which rallied on Monday on heightened geopolitical tensions following the Paris attacks, still traded lower on Tuesday as the focus returned to global oversupply.The US Labor Department said its Consumer Price Index increased 0.2 percent in October, reversing September's 0.2 percent ...


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