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    The dollar tuned stronger as investors assign safe haven status to the green back before Fed meet and BREXIT referendum. The US dollar's gains Tuesday pared its loss this year as mixed economic data and global headwinds damp the outlook for higher interest rates. A measure of volatility surged to the highest in four and a half years as five polls, all published during the past 24 hours, showed the U.K. on course to leave the European Union. The Federal Reserve and Bank of Japan meet this week, with most economists surveyed by Bloomberg predicting both authorities will refrain from stimulus changes before the June 23 Brexit vote.

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    The US dollar dropped after the Federal Reserve held off interest rate hike and suggested future increases will be slower than previous prediction. The U.S. dollar fell against major rivals as policy makers held off on raising interest rates, dimming the outlook for policy divergence from increased monetary stimulus in Europe and Japan. The number of officials who see just one increase in 2016 rose to six from one in the previous forecasting round in March, according to projections released by the Federal Open Market Committee. The U.S. equity market’s respite from concerns over the global economy failed to last a single day, with the S&P 500 Index erasing gains that earlier put it on track for the biggest advance in three weeks. Treasury yields and the dollar extended declines after Federal Reserve officials signaled a slower pace of interest-rate increases. The S&P 500 slid a fifth day, wiping out a rally in the last 30 minutes of trading, after crude oil tumbled to cap its longest run of declines in four months.

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    The U.S. dollar index, which measures US dollar's strength against a basket of six major currencies, was down 0.62% at 93.72, the lowest level since June 9. The US dollar weakened broadly after the Fed after left interest rates on hold last week and lowered forecast for how much they expect to hike interest rates in the next few years. Investors were now eyeing testimony on monetary policy by Fed Chair Janet Yellen, due on Tuesday and Wednesday.
    The pound gained in the latter part of last week after referendum campaigning was suspended following Cox’s death. She was attacked June 16. Sterling climbed 0.8 percent to $1.4479 as of 6:18 a.m. The pound gained, spurring a rally in higher-yielding peers, as the first poll taken after the murder of opposition lawmaker Jo Cox showed the campaign for the U.K to remain in the European Union was gaining momentum.

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    The US dollar dropped the most in two weeks against the euro before remarks from Fed Chief Janet Yellen on Tuesday, as polls showed U.K. voters were more likely to choose to stay in the European Union. The dollar weakened against most of its major rivals as Yellen will testify before lawmakers after the U.S. central bank opted to leave interest rates unchanged last week, citing a potential U.K. exit from the EU as a factor in its decision. A U.K. poll suggested Britons will vote to remain Thursday, boosting the pound by the most since 2008. The U.S. currency has fallen 2.5 percent this month on expectations that the Fed won’t be able to raise interest rates in contrast with its peers in Europe and Japan, who are carrying out monetary stimulus.

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    The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which tracks the currency against 10 major rivals, rose 0.3 percent. U.S. stocks traded little changed as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen signaled that her optimism in the American economy had softened, while the pound fluctuated near the highest level since January amid polls showing the U.K. referendum too close to call. Draghi said a new set of targeted loans for European banks are in the pipeline as announced previously, a measure aimed at encouraging banks to provide more credit to companies and households. Inflation dynamics in the euro area remain “rather subdued” even as the economic recovery “gained momentum at the start of the year,” Draghi said at European Parliament hearing in Brussels.

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    The U.S. dollar fell against major rivals as Fed chief Janet Yellen’s comments in her congressional testimony reiterated a cautious and uncertain view of the economy. The dollar dropped to a seven-week low during the day as a reduced likelihood of the U.K. voting to leave the European Union returned focus to Federal Reserve policy makers’ concern about economic headwinds and a gradual pace for interest-rate increases. It weakened against the euro and pound as traders took cues from betting odds that point to the U.K. voting to stay in the EU. The U.S. currency has fallen 2.6 percent this month on expectations that the Fed won’t be able to raise interest rates, in contrast with its peers in Europe and Japan, which are carrying out monetary stimulus.

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    Dollar remains near 14-year highs.


    The dollar remained within close distance of a 14-year peak against the other major currencies, as overall optimism over the U.S. economy since Donald Trump’s election and expectations for an upcoming rate hike continued to support the greenback.


    The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, was down 0.48% at 100.92, just off Friday’s fresh 14-year peak of 101.54.

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    Dollar moves back higher


    The dollar moved back higher against the other majors currencies on Tuesday, after slipping moderately earlier in the session, as investors eyed the release of U.S. housing sector data later in the day amid sustained optimism over the outlook for the economy.


    The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, was up 0.21% at 101.15, just off Friday’s 14-year peak of 101.54.


    Meanwhile, USD/CAD held steady at 1.3420 , GBP/USD declined 0.61% to 1.2416. & EUR/USD edged down 0.16% to 1.0613, off Friday’s 11-month trough of 1.0579.

 

 
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