Dollar marches higher on solid jobs number By Rachel Evans, Bloomberg | November 7, 2014 The dollar headed for its best week in 17 months as employment gains exceeded 200,000 for a ninth straight month in October and the jobless rate unexpectedly fell to a six-year low. Dollar declines as Fed seen unmoved by jobs report By Rachel Evans, Bloomberg | June 6, 2014 Today’s data added to signs the U.S. economic recovery is picking up. Dollar weakens in anticipation of bad numbers By Rachel Evans, Bloomberg | June 23, 2014 The dollar extended its streak of declines to the longest since April as economists forecast reports this week will show slowing factory output and a smaller gain in new home sales in the world’s largest economy. Pound bulls to profit By Rachel Evans, Bloomberg | July 18, 2014 The pound has climbed 12 percent against the dollar over the past year, the most among 31 major currencies tracked by Bloomberg. Last Aussie bull capitulates By Rachel Evans, Bloomberg | August 19, 2014 Commonwealth Bank of Australia is losing faith in the ability of the local dollar to extend its world-beating gains this year. No fear forex markets By Rachel Evans, Bloomberg | May 30, 2014 The dollar was little changed against the yen after a report showed business activity in the Chicago area unexpectedly increased to a seven-month high in May.