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Dollar climbs toward 7-month highs, bolstered by Fed-hike bets LONDON: The dollar inched up towards a seven-month peak against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday, bolstered by widening rate differentials in favour of US Treasuries on expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month. The dollar index rose 0.1 percent to 99.072, moving back toward Friday's peak of 99.345, a high not seen since mid-April. Against the yen, the dollar was buying 123.35 yen , up 0.2 percent on the day and nor far from the previous day's 2-1/2-month high of 123.60. The euro traded at $1.0750, not far from Friday's seven-month low of $1.07045, having lost 2.3 percent so far this month. Analysts said a widening spread between 10-year Treasuries and German Bunds, currently at 167 basis points, was likely to underpin the dollar and keep the euro on the defensive. The single currency had briefly come under pressure on Monday after four governing council ...

Kuna extends fall, political risks keep lid on currencies BUDAPEST: The kuna extended its losses on Tuesday, while other Central European currencies were treading water, after Sunday's elections in Croatia left it unclear who will form a government.In the region, political risks are also in the spotlight in Romania, where the prime minister resigned last week, and in Poland, where a eurosceptic party won elections and is forming a government.The kuna traded at 7.588 against the euro at 0910 GMT, its weakest levels this ...
Russian rouble stronger in early trade; oil to stay key driver MOSCOW: The Russian rouble rose early on Tuesday as emerging market currencies recovered following steep falls late last week, but analysts said the rouble's fate would probably remain tied to oil in the near term.At 0738 GMT, the rouble was 0.3 percent stronger against the dollar at 64.41 and had gained 0.3 percent to trade at 69.24 versus the euro.Brent crude oil, a global benchmark for Russia's main export, was up 0.1 percent at $47.2 ...
Sterling recovers some ground after BoE and US data blows LONDON: Sterling steadied just above $1.51 on Monday and gained around a third of a percent against the euro, a late rise around London's 4 p.m. fixing session helping it retrieve a portion of the last two days' 2.5 percent loss.The pound continues to look to many strategists like one of the currencies most exposed to an expected further global rally for the dollar after another perceived about-face by the Bank of England on interest ...
Rouble continues to retreat as markets eye US rate hike MOSCOW: The Russian rouble edged further down on Monday, adding to losses on Friday when strong US jobs data increased the chances of a rise in US interest rates next month. At 0730 GMT, the rouble was 0.2 percent weaker against the dollar at 64.76 and had lost 0.4 percent to 69.69 versus the euro. The rouble had fallen 1.8 percent against the dollar on Friday, when monthly US labour statistics caused global markets to ...
Dollar edges down from highs as investors take profits LONDON: The dollar edged away from a 6-1/2-month high against the euro on Monday, as investors took profits on the greenback's surge after bumper US jobs data bolstered bets on the US Federal Reserve raising interest rates in December. The only major currency against which the dollar climbed further on Monday was the yen, which hit a 2-1/2-month low of 123.495, down 0.3 percent on the day. The euro fell sharply on Friday to $1.07045, ...
Croatian kuna eases, CDSs up as opposition wins election BUDAPEST/ZAGREB: The kuna eased and Croatian credit default swaps rose on Monday after the narrow victory of the conservative opposition HDZ party on Sunday at the country's first election since joining the European Union in 2013.More broadly, expectations for Federal Reserve interest rate hikes to start in December weighed on Central European markets.HDZ faces tough coalition talks after besting the ruling Social Democrats, who could still form the government if they strike a deal with ...


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