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By Matt Weller | May 13, 2015
By Daniel Bases, Reuters | March 12, 2015
The euro extended gains against the dollar, thanks to some help from weak U.S. retail sales data.
By Arkadiusz Sieron | March 10, 2015
Political pressure led the Swiss National Bank to unpeg the franc from the euro, leading to short-term victories for gold, the greenback, and the U.S. dollar.
By Matt Weller | February 13, 2015
The greenback is set essentially unchanged amid a week of global strife.
By David Goodman, Bloomberg | January 19, 2015
Swiss National Bank fallout hurt currency worldwide over the weekend.
By Matt Weller | October 15, 2014
Heading into today’s big data dump out of the U.S., traders were already on edge after the recent perilous drop in global equities and growing fears of Eurozone Sovereign Debt Crisis 2.0.
By Mariko Ishikawa and Kristine Aquino, Bloomberg | October 30, 2013
The dollar held a three-day gain against the euro before U.S. data forecast to show jobless claims decreased and manufacturing expanded.
By Masaki Kondo, Bloomberg | July 14, 2013
The dollar held gains against the yen and euro ahead of U.S. retail sales data that might encourage the Fed to reduce stimulus.
By Michael Boutros | February 2, 2012
Dollar index analysis in the context of global sentiment and equity moves.