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Aussie Falls to Seven-Month Low vs. US Dollar
The Australian dollar slumped to a seven-month low against the U.S. dollar Monday on concerns that a slowdown in China's economy would push commodity prices lower and weigh on Australia's growth prospects.
Dollar rally pauses, Aussie vulnerable as China PMI looms  Reuters
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Gold Weaker, At 9-Mo. Low, As Stronger U.S. Dollar A Main Bearish Factor
(Kitco News) - Gold prices are modestly lower in early U.S. trading Monday after hitting a nine-month low overnight. Silver prices are presently at a four-year low.
Gold Drops to Below $1210 on US Dollar  MarketPulse (blog)
The Gold Riggers  CounterPunch
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Change of tone by Fed dove Dudley may lift dollar
The U.S. dollar may push higher this week if an influential policymaker from the U.S. Federal Reserve drops his dovish tone and suggests the world's largest economy is ready for an interest hike earlier than the mid-2015 consensus, currency strategists ...
US dollar remains supported at 14-month high - NBK  Kuwait News Agency
Fed's Dudley Says Strengthening Dollar Could Hinder U.S. Growth  Bloomberg
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Australian dollar slips below 89 US cents as China weighs
The Australian dollar has cracked through to US88c to its lowest level in nearly eight months, as investors continued to snap up US dollars after China all but ruled out further stimulus, leading to a fall in iron ore, and US economic data on existing ...
Australian dollar sinks to new six-month low  The Australian (blog)
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Resurgent US Dollar Fuels Rally
A resurgent dollar is bolstering global demand for U.S. stocks and bonds as investors flock to a recovering American economy. The dollar has logged its longest winning streak in more than 17 years, rising against a broad basket of currencies for nine ...
Dollar's Longest Run in Half a Century Hinges on Fed Decision  DailyFX
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Stronger U.S. Dollar Pushes Comex Gold Near Lows From Start Of Year
(Kitco News) - Gold futures have now given up most of their gains for the year as the metal was pressured again Friday by a muscular U.S. dollar. After the pit close on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold for December delivery ...
Gold Prices to Drop Further on Stronger Dollar and US Policy Move  International Business Times UK
Does A Strong USD Yield Weak Gold?  Investing.com
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Rising US Dollar Takes Shine Off Gold in Asia
HONG KONG´┐ŻA rallying U.S. dollar is fueling expectations in Asia that gold prices, already at their lowest in more than seven months, have further to fall, offsetting the expected rise in demand from year-end festivities in China and Indian weddings ...
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US Dollar at Major Risk of Reversal - We're Changing Strategy
Sharp gains in currency volatility have pushed the US Dollar to fresh high and leave us in favor of high-vol strategies. Yet key signs warn the USD is at a major turning point. We've recently seen 1-week volatility prices surge to their highest since ...
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US Dollar Marks Longest Rally in 17 Years
The U.S. dollar has been climbing for nine weeks, marking its longest rally in 17 years, spurred by expectations that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates next year, in a divergence from other major central banks that are still in easing mode ...
Why the US Dollar Is Rising, and Why It's Going to Fall  Money Morning
Premarket: US dollar heads for its best run in 17 years  The Globe and Mail
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The U.S. dollar is super strong now
You go, greenback! The U.S. dollar is mightier than it has been in more than a year. That may be great news for consumers. But if dead presidents keep gaining strength, that might be bad news for big companies and the stock market.
Here's why commodities have been getting crushed  CNBC
Euro Drops to 14-Month Low on ECB; Dollar Strengthens  Bloomberg
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