Dollar Steadies as Hit From Fears of U.S. Recession Eases

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar steadied on Wednesday, as the boost to the euro and the yen from worries about a possible U.S. recession following an inversion in part of the U.S. Treasury yield curve faded.

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What business investment says about our economy's future

After the tax law passed last year, Republicans argued that companies would take their tax savings and make big investments in themselves — plants, equipment, trucks, that sort of thing.

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Investor Reaction After Democrats Capture U.S. House Majority

Milo Mueller of Dubuque, Iowa casts his vote at Hope Evangelical Free Church in Dubuque, Iowa, U.S. November 6, 2018.

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Dollar rebounds as election jitters settle; focus turns to Fed

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar rose on Wednesday afternoon as investors further digested the results of the U.S. midterm congressional elections, after an initial sell-off on expectations that the election outcome would make further fiscal stimulus measures unlikely.

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Dollar rises on strong U.S. jobs data; China trade hope limits gains

NEW YORK - The dollar made modest gains against the yen on Friday, boosted by upbeat U.S. jobs data, but gains were limited by hopes that Washington and Beijing can repair the trade tensions that have spurred safe-haven buying of the greenback.

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Sterling soars on Brexit deal hopes; dollar hit as risk sentiment improves

NEW YORK - The dollar retreated across the board on Thursday and sterling rose the most in nine months on reports that London is close to sealing a financial services deal with Brussels.

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Perez: Budget and BOE May Be Negative for the Pound

(Bloomberg) -- Britain’s autumn budget will reveal Chancellor Philip Hammond’s plan for the U.K. economy in a time of major uncertainty, says Juan Perez, senior FX trader and strategist at Tempus.

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