LONDON, Dec 12 The dollar edged higher for a
third day before a widely expected U.S. interest rate hike next
week, but its gains were limited by growing expectations that
the Federal Reserve may express a more cautious view on future
LONDON, Dec 12 The dollar rose for a third
consecutive day on Wednesday as U.S. Treasury yields rose before
a Federal Reserve meeting where it is widely expected to raise
interest rates for the fourth time this year.
LONDON Sterling fell to 20-month lows on Tuesday in the wake of reports that colleagues of Prime Minister Theresa May believed they had sufficient numbers to mount a no-confidence vote in her leadership.
TOKYO/LONDON A worrying sign of inversion in the U.S. Treasury bond curve is dulling the appeal of the developed world's highest-yielding bond market for foreign investors.
LONDON, Dec 10 The dollar consolidated losses on
Monday after posting its biggest weekly drop in more than three
months last week as weak U.S. data undercut expectations of more
interest rate increases in the world's biggest economy.
LONDON Sterling's fortunes, hostage to Brexit news for more than two years, now hinge on whether Prime Minister Theresa May's exit agreement with the EU can get through parliament on Dec. 11.
LONDON, Dec 7 The dollar steadied on Friday
after a big overnight drop as growing speculation that the U.S.
central bank may soon signal a pause in its three-year rate
hiking campaign was offset by concerns that global growth is
LONDON, Dec 7 The dollar nursed losses on Friday
after sustaining a large overnight drop as growing speculation
that the U.S. central bank may be readying to signal a pause in
its three-year rate hiking campaign was offset by concerns that
global growth is slowing.
LONDON Sterling extended gains on Thursday thanks to a broadly weak dollar though concerns on how the British parliament votes on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal next week prompted investors to remain broadly sidelined.
LONDON Sterling stemmed early losses on Wednesday on a more positive outlook over Brexit, overcoming data showing a shock slide in Britain's services sector and suggesting the economy would barely grow in the last quarter of 2018.