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Dollar heads for third weekly gain as payrolls data looms

The dollar steadied on Friday ahead of data from the United States that is expected to show an increase in job creation and a lower unemployment rate for March, as the the world's largest economy maintains a steady recovery from the pandemic.

Dollar extends rebound as U.S. yields rise

The dollar edged higher across the board on Monday, extending a rebound from the near three-year low hit last week, taking strength from the recent spike in Treasury yields and the prospect of a growth boost from higher U.S. fiscal stimulus.

Dollar bounce from 2018 low continues after U.S. jobs report

The dollar turned higher against a basket of major currencies on Friday after a dismal December U.S. payrolls raised expectations for further stimulus measures to prop up an economy battered by the coronavirus and its related government lockdown measures.

New year but old themes to weigh heavily on the dollar

The dollar's weakening trend will last at least another year, longer than previously expected, according to a majority of foreign exchange strategists polled by Reuters who cited a hunt for yields in emerging market currencies as the main reason.

Dollar up from 2018 lows on economic hopes, euro profit-taking

NEW YORK (Reuters) -The dollar bounced on Thursday from levels not touched since March 2018 to its highest in a week as investors looked at the potential for an economic rebound in upcoming quarters and investors who had been betting on the euro took profits.

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Kamala Harris launches campaign for voting rights across U.S.

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday promoted the Biden administration's efforts to advance voting rights when she met 16 fellow Democrats from the Texas state legislature who successfully blocked a bill they said would make it harder for Blacks and Hispanics to vote.