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Are claims e-money could topple the greenback and dominate world trade accurate?
US currency endures four weeks of losses in longest losing streak since the summer
Currency index has notched up best performance in nearly three years despite forecasts
The currency’s turnround should boost US imports but have a negative impact on emerging markets
A 30-year debt supercycle that has fuelled inequality illustrates the need for a new regime
Here’s how to do it.
US currency advances against the euro as traders price in rising interest rates
If Andrés Arauz takes control of the South American oil exporting country in April there is likely to be much structural monetary experimentation.
Investment groups remain gloomy about greenback’s prospects despite a bounce this month
Move to reduce vulnerability to US sanctions in wake of battles over Iran policy
Brighter US growth prospects challenge assumptions about the Fed’s next move
Indices slide after investors take note of deteriorating coronavirus health crisis
Mixture of higher inflation and ultra-loose monetary policy expected to hurt the greenback
Greenback continues to struggle after losing almost 7% of its value in 2020
US central bank commits to bond-buying but falls short of adding to monetary stimulus
Reasons why the gloom and doom on the currency is overdone
Digital currency poses a significant threat to greenback’s supremacy
US currency hits weakest level since April 2018 as many of its peers push higher
Brexit trade talks continue to loom over UK currency as end-of-year deadline nears
Euro hits $1.20 for first time since September with US currency in broad decline
Analysts predict currency could fall 20% if widely available coronavirus jab leads to economic rebound
Thin liquidity has helped to exaggerate a move that has taken some analysts by surprise
Low rates combined with rising trade and budget deficits put pressure on the currency
Reports of Brexit negotiations resuming sends sterling to 6-week high
There is a way to protect the bloc from beggar-my-neighbour policies