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U.S. Dollar Destined to Move Higher

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Dollar rises, boosted by strong wages in U.S. jobs report

Dollar rises, boosted by strong wages in U.S. jobs report*/

– Jan 6 The dollar rose to session highs against a number of major currencies after December’s U.S. non-farm payrolls report showed a slowing in hiring but an increase in wages, setting the economy up for further interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve this year.
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Dollar up as solid U.S. jobs report sets stage for Fed hikes

Dollar up as solid U.S. jobs report sets stage for Fed hikes*/

– Euro, Hong Kong dollar, U.S. dollar, Japanese yen, British pound and Chinese 100-yuan banknotes are seen in a picture illustration shot January 21, 2016.
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U.S. Dollar Destined to Move Higher

U.S. Dollar Destined to Move Higher*/

– By Dr. Richard S. Appel – UniqueRareCoins.com ……As counter-intuitive as it may seem to many, I believe the world-wide desirability to own the much, maligned U.S. Dollar is destined to rise.
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Dollar Falls Versus Yen as U.S. Data Awaited After Fed Minutes

Dollar Falls Versus Yen as U.S. Data Awaited After Fed Minutes*/

– The dollar weakened against the yen for a second day as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s latest meeting signaled uncertainty over how President-elect Donald Trump’s policies would impact the pace of U.S. interest-rate increases.
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