Euro firms ahead of ECB meeting, dollar falls

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The euro rose on Wednesday in advance of the European Central Bank meeting, putting pressure on the dollar as traders remained worried about the trade friction between the United States and China.

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Dollar weakens as sterling, euro advance; trade tensions support greenback

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar edged down on Thursday following a bounce in European currencies, but concerns about U.S. President Donald Trump imposing further tariffs on Chinese imports provided some support to the greenback.

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Dollar advances on U.S. - China trade concerns, emerging market woes

NEW YORK, Aug 30 (Reuters) - The dollar rose for the first time in five days on Thursday, as risk appetite eased and stocks gave up gains notched early in the week amid nagging concerns about U.S. threats to impose additional tariffs on Chinese imports next month.

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FOMC minutes: More hikes coming soon; trade a worry

(Reuters) - U.S. central bankers discussed raising interest rates soon to counter excessive economic strength but also examined how global trade disputes could batter businesses and households, minutes of the Federal Reserve’s last policy meeting showed on Wednesday.

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Scotiabank's 7% STEP Income Securities tied to Microsoft stock show downside risk, sources say

New York, Aug. 20 - Bank of Nova Scotia's 7% STEP Income Securities due September 2019 linked to Microsoft Corp. common shares offer above-average fixed income.

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Instant View: Trump takes Fed to task for rate hikes in Reuters interview

(Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he was “not thrilled” with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell for raising interest rates and accused China and Europe of manipulating their respective currencies.

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Dollar fades from 13-month high, offshore yuan slumps

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar ended little changed on Wednesday after reaching a 13-month peak against a basket of currencies as investors briefly added to their safe-haven holdings of the greenback on worries about slowing Chinese growth and Europe’s exposure to Turkey.

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