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Ringgit opens lower against US dollar

18 Mar 2018 21:03The Sun Daily
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit opened lower against the US dollar today on lack of demand. At 9am, the local note was quoted at 3.9130/9180 from 3.9070/9120 at Friday's close. more

US Dollar Rises Against Majors

13 Dec 2017 02:37Interactive Investor
BRUSSELS (Alliance News) - The US dollar erased its early losses against its major rivals in early European deals on Wednesday. more

Rupee strengthens marginally against US dollar in opening trade

23 Oct 2017 22:56Livemint
Mumbai: Indian rupee on Tuesday strengthened marginally against the US dollar tracking gains in the Asian currencies market. more

Rupee opens 4 paise higher, hovers around 65 against US dollar

23 Oct 2017 22:39Moneycontrol.com
Today could be a repeat of the same sentiment as the pair is expected to trade within a range of 64.95-65.10 a dollar, according to him. more

US Dollar Tanks Taking EUR/USD Near 2017 Highs, Gold Price Jumps

25 Aug 2017 12:48DailyFX
On Thursday, markets will close the month of August with a final taste of US inflation via the Personal Consumption Expenditure number, which is the Fed's preferred method of inflation data followed by Friday's ever-important US nonfarm payroll data ... more

Pound to US dollar: Sterling rises as Yellen Jackson Hole speech hits US currency

25 Aug 2017 09:23Express.co.uk
Sterling bounced by around 0.4 per cent against the American currency, as the chief central banker's update at Jackson Hole was perceived by markets as dovish. more

Yellen keeps quiet on economy, US dollar slumps

25 Aug 2017 09:12ForexLive
The US dollar bulls were looking for a lifeline from Yellen. There was a chance she could be hawkish and argue for rate hikes because of financial stability risks. more

US dollar catches a bid in the countdown to Yellen

25 Aug 2017 08:52ForexLive
Looks like a quick round of short-covering in a US dollar position ahead of the speech. I can see why someone would cover because there is much more risk to the upside for the US dollar on a hawkish speech than downside risk on a dovish speech. more
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