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Saikat Chatterjee

FOREX-Geopolitical risks push dollar to recent highs; crown, Aussie sink

5:11pm IST

LONDON, Sept 17 The dollar firmed within sight of a recent two-year high on Tuesday on the back of ongoing geopolitical risks in the Middle East with investors looking forward to an interest rate cut by the U.S. central bank on Wednesday.

Dollar firm as markets wary over rising Middle East tensions, wait for Fed

3:01pm IST

LONDON The dollar stood tall against other major currencies on Tuesday as geopolitical risks encouraged investors to flock to the relative safe-appeal of the greenback before a U.S. central bank policy meeting this week, where a rate cut is widely expected.

Dollar firm as markets wary over rising MidEast tensions, wait for Fed

3:00pm IST

LONDON The dollar stood tall against other major currencies on Tuesday as geopolitical risks encouraged investors to flock to the relative safe-appeal of the greenback before a U.S. central bank policy meeting this week, where a rate cut is widely expected.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Global daily FX trading at record $6.6 trln as London extends lead

11:51am IST

* Interactive graphic on FX trading https://tmsnrt.rs/305PApu

UPDATE 1-Global daily FX trading at record $6.6 tln as London extends lead

16 Sep 2019

* Interactive graphic on FX trading https://tmsnrt.rs/305PApu

Global daily FX trading at record $6.6 tln as London extends lead

16 Sep 2019

* Interactive graphic on FX trading https://tmsnrt.rs/305PApu

Wide UK-EU rift over Brexit terms kicks pound lower

16 Sep 2019

LONDON The pound retreated further from last week's gains following a heated remarks by Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel on Monday showing that the gap between the British and European Union positions on Brexit remained far apart.

Wide UK-EU rift over Brexit terms kicks pound lower

16 Sep 2019

* Graphic: Trade-weighted sterling since Brexit vote http://tmsnrt.rs/2hwV9Hv

RPT-Investors shun pound as Brexit concerns dominate

16 Sep 2019

BARCELONA, Spain, Sept 13 Daniel Chambers, head of trading at Sequoia Capital Fund Management, has stopped trading the pound in his nearly $200 million systematic currency portfolio over the course of the year because of the Brexit headline risk.

Investors shun pound as Brexit concerns dominate

14 Sep 2019

BARCELONA, Spain, Sept 13 Daniel Chambers, head of trading at Sequoia Capital Fund Management, has stopped trading the pound in his nearly $200 million systematic currency portfolio over the course of the year because of the Brexit headline risk.

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