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UPDATE 1-US dollar increases share of central bank FX reserves -IMF
Global central banks held $3.826 trillion worth of reserves in U.S. dollars, down from $3.857 trillion in the third quarter, when the greenback's share was 62.4 percent.
US dollar increases share of central bank forex reserves: IMF  Economic Times
Credit Market Outlook: Demand Rises for Higher-Yielding US Dollar ...
In addition to the higher yield, the purchasing power of assets invested in U.S. dollar-denominated bonds has greatly appreciated as the U.S. dollar has risen 14% versus the euro since the beginning of the year. Demand for high-quality U.S. corporate ...
US dollar longs up; euro shorts at record high -CFTC, Reuters
(Adds table, details) March 27 (Reuters) - Positive bets on the U.S. dollar rose in the latest week, while net shorts on the euro jumped to a record high, according to data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Thomson Reuters that was ...
US dollar longs rise; euro shorts hit all-time high -CFTC, Reuters  Reuters UK
Sterling set for worst month against US dollar for two years amid election ...
The pound is set for its worst month for two years against the US dollar amid worries about the outcome of the General Election.
China central-bank chief warns of US dollar strength
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- China's central bank governor said Sunday that the U.S. dollar DXY, +0.50% could grow "too strong" and prompt capital flows out of China and other nations.
Euro falls on way to worst quarter; dollar best since 2008
Analysts said the dollar's near-term strength would hinge largely on the March payrolls numbers due on Friday ECONUS. Signs of further improvement in the U.S. jobs market will likely reinforce the view the Fed would end its near zero interest rate ...
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: ProFunds Rising US Dollar Investor ...  Nasdaq
Dollar supremacy in forex market affirmed by IMF report  Financial Times
Biggest loser from the strong dollar: Emerging Markets
That's a major problem for emerging countries and businesses that have debt denominated in U.S. dollars. Paying off that dollar debt becomes more and more expensive as they pay with their local currency that's losing value fast.
Buck-ing The Trend: What The U.S. Dollar Will Buy In 2015
Think of the economy like a sale. In the same way that last season items are discounted and incoming trends are marked up, global economies tend to become cheaper or more expensive based on the strength of their political and economic environments.
Low oil prices and strong US dollar cause Texas manufacturing activity to ...
The low oil prices are affecting certain manufacturers and the strong U.S. dollar is hurting export-related manufacturing statewide.
The U.S. Dollar Bull Market Is Over
One of the dominant global macro themes of the past year has been the rise and rise of the US dollar. But there is a growing case that the US dollar bull market is over. 1. The magnitude and pace of gains has been sharp and fast. This is not reason ...