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Greece standoff keeps Asian markets off balance, but US dollar gains
Asian shares lost early steadiness and Chinese stocks got off to a weak start on Thursday, while upbeat US economic data helped the dollar gain as investors globally opted for caution due to Greece's standoff with its creditors. MSCI's broadest index ...
US Dollar Rallies as Greek Worries Fester  MarketPulse (blog)
Euro to US Dollar (EUR/USD) Exchange Rate Forecast to Soften as Missed IMF ...  Euro Exchange Rate News
Rupee ends 10 paise up at 63.51 against US dollar
The rupee resumed weak at 63.64 as compared to overnight closing level of 63.61 at the Interbank Foreign Exchange (FOREX) market on initial dollar demand from importers and weakened further to hit fresh intra-day low of 63.66, despite a firm opening in ...
Rupee closes 10 paise stronger against US dollar at 63.51  Livemint
Rupee closes 10 paise higher at 63.51  Business Today
Make a Play on the Mighty U.S. Dollar (UUP)
The U.S. dollar - represented by the PowerShares DB US Dollar Index Bullish (NYSEARCA:UUP) - has seen a massive rally over the past 12 months.
U.S. Stability May Call For Rate Hike, Aiding Dollar (UUP)  Seeking Alpha
Canadian dollar to weaken on outlooks for dim growth, higher US rates: poll
BENGALURU/OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar is likely to fall further in the coming months, hit by both a weak domestic economic outlook and an anticipated rise in interest rates in the United States, a Reuters poll showed. Oil prices are also ...
Strategists see loonie weakening as U.S. interest rates rise: Poll  bnn.ca
US Dollar May Rise on Jobs Data, NZ Dollar Drops on Dairy Slump
The New Zealand Dollar underperformed in overnight trade, falling as much as 0.5 percent on average against its top counterparts.
The New Zealand dollar is quietly crashing and it's dragging the Aussie ...  Business Insider Australia
Surging US dollar curbs global IT budgets
Global IT spending is projected to fall 5.5 per cent to total $3.5tn in 2015 - but only because of the strong US dollar. Translated into constant currency, the worldwide IT market will grow 2.5 per cent compared with 2014, according to Gartner's latest ...
Strong U.S. Dollar Impedes Global IT Spending Growth  Investor's Business Daily
CIOs warned of IT overspending risks as US dollar strength grows  ComputerWeekly.com
Australian dollar gains ahead of US jobs data
The Australian dollar is set for a shake-up over coming days - not only from the Greek referendum on Sunday - but the release of US employment figures on Thursday night. US non-farm payroll data is usually released on a Friday night but this has been ...
Australian dollar closes lower
The Australian dollar is lower after the release of positive US economic data and weak local trade figures. At 1700 AEST on Thursday, the currency was trading at 76.34 US cents, down from 77.16 cents on Wednesday. During the local session it fell as ...
dollar lower after greenback gains  NEWS.com.au
2015, the year of the high U.S. dollar
This hurts the way profits of U.S.-based multinational companies are booked. When the U.S. dollar is strong, American companies doing business overseas often show their profits hurting in their quarterly reports.
Euro to US Dollar (EUR/USD) Exchange Rate Forecast to Trend Higher as ECB ...
The US Dollar, meanwhile, is generally holding steady versus its competitors after having strengthened in response to better-than-expected manufacturing output.
Exchange Rate Forecasts: Pound to Euro (GBP/EUR), US Dollar (GBP/USD ...  Exchange Rates UK
Dollar little changed against rivals with US data on tap  Moneycontrol.com