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Kathy Lien
Euro Snaps Back, But U.S. Dollar Is Still King By Kathy Lien - Apr 01, 2021

March was a tough month for the euro. The single currency fell to its weakest level in four months against the U.S. dollar and its lowest level in a year against sterling. Since the beginning of the...

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How Will Quarter's End Affect U.S. Dollar? By Kathy Lien - Mar 31, 2021

The US Dollar Index traded sharply higher against all of the major currencies on Tuesday, with the latest gains taking the greenback to fresh one-year highs against the Japanese Yen and four-month...

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EUR/USD Slips To New Lows On Good U.S. Data By Kathy Lien - Mar 26, 2021

Stronger than expected economic reports drove the U.S. dollar higher against all of the major currencies. There’s no question that of the G3 currencies (USD, EUR and JPY), the U.S. is leading the...

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Big Week For GBP: But Does It Mean Big Losses? By Kathy Lien - Mar 24, 2021

The U.S. dollar traded higher against most of the major currencies Tuesday despite weaker new home sales and cautious comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell. Along with his peers, Powell...

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Time to Buy Euros? Not Yet By Kathy Lien - Mar 23, 2021

One of the best performing currencies today was the euro. After selling off quickly and aggressively in the first week of March from a high of 1.21 to a low of 1.1835, the single currency quietly...

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Fed Can’t Keep U.S. Dollar Down By Kathy Lien - Mar 19, 2021

The U.S. dollar traded higher against all of the major currencies on Thursday, erasing most of its post-FOMC losses. The Federal Reserve has no plans to raise interest rates until 2023, but the...

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FOMC Preview: Will Powell Lose His Cool? By Kathy Lien - Mar 17, 2021

In a week with heavy data, Wednesday’s Federal Reserve monetary policy announcement will be the most important event risk. The Fed is set to update its economic projections and its outlook for...

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