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Posts tagged '#dollar'

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares edge up as economies look to reopen

By Thomson Reuters 3 months ago 840 Views No comments

* MSCI World Index gains 0.2%

* European shares flat

* Brent crude up 5%

* Dollar heads for two-week lows before Fed

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Asia stocks rise on bets of more stimulus as dollar rally fades

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 2035 Views No comments

Asian stocks rose on Friday as investors wagered policymakers will roll out additional stimulus measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic after U.S. unemployment filings surged to a record.

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Stocks slip as U.S. jobs angst outweighs record stimulus

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 664 Views No comments

World share markets fell on Thursday as nerves over jobs data likely to lay bare the economic carnage from the coronavirus pandemic outweighed a $2 trillion U.S. stimulus package.

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Asia shares seek calm, dollar rush causing stress

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 531 Views No comments

Asian shares sought a reprieve on Friday as Wall Street eked out gains, bonds rallied and oil boasted its biggest bounce on record, though a panicked rush into U.S. dollars suggested the crisis was far from done.

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What Changed On September 8, 2017? - Craig Hemke (13/2/2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 33498 Views 2 comments

You may recall that September 8 was the day the bond market abruptly turned, taking with it the USDJPY and DXY. In the wee hours of September 8, the Dollar Index hit 91.01, the USDJPY hit 107.32 and, most importantly, the yield on the 10-year note hit 2.02%.

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