MarketWatch  14 min ago  Comment 
Emerging-market currencies are getting the short end of the stick as the dollar is growing stronger.
SeekingAlpha  2 hrs ago  Comment 
Financial Times  6 hrs ago  Comment 
Breakdown in talks on free-trade agreement seen to put more pressure on currency
The Economic Times  Oct 17  Comment 
A hawkish Fed could prompt investors to shift into US assets on the prospect of better yields, triggering capital outflows from emerging markets.
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 17  Comment 
The rupee’s six-session uninterruptedbull run cametoahalton Tuesday after it tumbled by a sharp28paise to close at 65.02adollar on fresh bouts of demand for the American currency amid renewed Fed rat...
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 17  Comment 
Currency daily report for Oct 17, 2017 by Veracity Financial Services ...
Benzinga  Oct 16  Comment 
Cryptocurrency has become the "in thing," with people going gaga over digital currencies. What other explanation can be offered for the record surge in bitcoin, the widely used form of cryptocurrency? Released in 2009 as an open-source software,...
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 16  Comment 
But inability to break above 64.47 could weaken the currency
MarketWatch  Oct 16  Comment 
The U.S. dollar rallies to intraday highs following comments by President Donald Trump at a news conference on Monday, where he reiterated that tax reform his expectation that reforms to tax policy would be completed by year-end.
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 16  Comment 
The euro slipped on Monday after posting its biggest weekly rise in a month as traders took profits, though markets were wary of chasing the currency lower before an European Central Bank policy meet...


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