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Dollar Pulls Back as U.S. Government Shutdown Risk Recedes


Wednesday, 13 February 2019 16:01 WIB

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After an eight-day winning streak, the dollar has finally pulled back in early trading in Europe Wednesday, as demand for safe-haven assets weakens on signs that the U.S. federal government won’t shut down again this year.

At 03:15 AM ET (0815 GMT), the dollar index that tracks the greenback against a basket of major currencies was at 96.82, down from a 2019 high of 97.18 that it set overnight.

Sterling edged up to $1.2898 after the TV channel reported comments from U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s chief negotiator Olly Robins in which Robins predicted May would offer parliament in March a choice between her EU withdrawal deal or a lengthy extension to the Brexit process.

Source: Reuters


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