Brexit restrains the growth of the UK economy, as the Dollar is off to a good start of the week.
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The dollar stabilised after two days of falling, as Pound resumed declines ahead of the retail sales.
Dudley hints for a rate lift-off, as the Dollar is slowly receding.
FED Chairman Janet Yellen did not disappoint the markets and clarified some information about the increase of the interest rates timing.
The Dollar reverses gains ahead of Yellen speech, German GDP falls short of estimates.
Strengthening of the Japanese Yen was interrupted because suddenly the USD collected momentum and started the week off on a high.
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Flynn security advisor could discuss sanctions with Russia before Trump took office.
The US Dollar gained bidding momentum on the Trump pledged to unveil a complete overhaul of taxation system within the next couple of weeks.
Tired of waiting for Trump investors sell off the Dollar, as the RBNZ stands pat on policy. There are unexpected threats that pose risks to the financial stability of the Eurozone. Will the union stay strong after the polls in the main countries?
The Dollar creeps up with caution, as oil extend declines on US inventories report.
On Tuesday, we got an important update from the Reserve Bank of Australia, which made no changes in its easing programme.
The Dollar flatlines and there is no positive data in sight. Meanwhile, Carney pointed out a strong underlying momentum of the EU economy.