American stock markets fell today, as European stock indices witnessed a significant decline due to fears of a second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic. This potential return to crisis levels of infection could delay the global economic recovery that has been anticipated – or hoped for – in second half of the year.
The US dollar rose today against a basket of currencies from from its lowest level since November 7 after the rebound
The US dollar fell last week from a 17-month high of 97.70, with a few important economic data in the US this week, and
The British pound recovered from a two-week low of 1.2722 which it reached yesterday, following British Prime Minister
The British Pound fell sharply today following a series of resignations in the Theresa May government in protest against
The US dollar recovered slightly from today's low of 96.94, currently trading at 97.20, following the rise in US inflation figures
The British pound gained during the day after reaching near its lowest level since the beginning of the month at 1.2832 following
The US dollar rose to its highest level in 16 weeks at the beginning of this week following the announcement of the midterm results of the
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