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Ben Robson's coverage of the trading week's most important market events.
The U.S. dollar fell today to its lowest level since Tuesday at 94.47 before recovering slightly supported by easing of market fears
The U.S. dollar rose against most major currencies on optimism about a deal on the US-Mexico trade deal
The US dollar fell to its lowest level in four weeks as risk appetite rose again as the US and Mexico reached agreement on the NAFTA
U.S. and Mexican officials are close to reaching an agreement that could pave the way for Canada to return to negotiations on the NAFTA. U.S. President Donald
The week of 20th-24th of August, although short on economic announcements, was action-packed in terms of the drama that orbits Mr. Trump’s presidency.
The US dollar hit its biggest weekly drop since March as markets awaited the speech of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell at 14:00 pm GMT
The US dollar stopped falling during today's trading following five consecutive days of decline, and the political uncertainty boosted the dollar's rise
Markets are awaiting the release of the minutes of the Fed's latest meeting to get more information on the monetary policy outlook
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