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Dollar mostly flat as market mulls inflation outlook

FOREX-Dollar mostly flat as market mulls inflation outlook Adds analyst comments in paragraphs 4-5, updates prices at 2:35 p.m. ET (1835 GMT By Herbert Lash and Iain Withers NEW YORK/LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar retreated against major currencies on Friday as market speculation continues to swirl about the timing of Federal Reserve interest rate cuts amid signs of cooling yet persistent inflation and a softening U.S.
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Dollar mostly flat as market mulls inflation outlook

FOREX-Dollar mostly flat as market mulls inflation outlook Adds dateline, byline, comment in paragraphs 5-6, updates prices at 10:48 a.m. ET (1448 GMT By Herbert Lash and Iain Withers NEW YORK/LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar traded little changed against major currencies on Friday as market speculation continues to swirl about the timing of Federal Reserve rate cuts amid signs of cooling yet persistent inflation and a softening U.S.
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FX options wrap - Key dates stand out as FX risk premiums drop

BUZZ-FX options wrap - Key dates stand out as FX risk premiums drop FX option implied volatility has extended its post U.S. CPI declines toward longer term lows from March, with little interest to buy options other than those after key data and subsequent central bank policy announcements. The sharp decline in FX option implied volatility is consistent with lower realised volatility within familiar ranges and improved risk sentiment.
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Dollar edges up but still set for weekly decline

FOREX-Dollar edges up but still set for weekly decline Updates prices throughout By Iain Withers LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar edged up against major currencies on Friday but was still headed for a weekly fall, as market speculation continues to swirl about the timing of Federal Reserve rate cuts amid signs of cooling inflation and a softening U.S.
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Dollar edges up but still set for weekly decline

FOREX-Dollar edges up but still set for weekly decline By Iain Withers LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar edged up against major currencies on Friday but was still headed for a weekly fall, as market speculation continues to swirl about the timing of Federal Reserve rate cuts amid signs of cooling inflation and a softening U.S. economy. Data on Wednesday showed consumer prices rose more slowly than expected in April, but various policymakers have given little away on when rates may fall, limi
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