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U.S. dollar net longs rise; euro shorts hit biggest since February 2020 -CFTC, Reuters data

By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Speculators' net long positioning on the U.S. dollar rose in the latest week, while net shorts on the euro increased, according to calculations by Reuters and U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday. The value of the net long dollar position climbed to $13.37 billion in the week ended Aug.
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U.S. dollar net longs rise, euro shorts hit largest since February 2020 -CFTC, Reuters data

NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Speculators' net long positioning on the U.S. dollar rose in the latest week, according to calculations by Reuters and U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday. The value of the net long dollar position climbed to $13.37 billion in the week ended Aug. 16, from $12.97 billion the previous week, CFTC data showed.
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Dollar driven to five-week high by Fed rate hike forecasts

By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar index hit a five-week high and posted its biggest weekly gain since April 2020 on Friday as investors adjusted for the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will keep hiking rates to battle inflation. The U.S. central bank needs to keep raising borrowing costs to tame decades-high inflation, a string of its officials said on Thursday, even as they debated how fast and how high to lift them.
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Dollar driven to five-week high by Fed rate hike forecasts

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar index hit a five-week high and was on track for its biggest weekly gain since April 2020 on Friday as investors adjusted for the likelihood that the Federal Reserve will keep hiking rates to battle inflation. The U.S. central bank needs to keep raising borrowing costs to tame decades-high inflation, a string of U.S.
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Safe-haven flows set U.S. dollar for biggest weekly rise since April 2020

By Joice Alves LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar index surged on Friday and was on track for its biggest weekly gain since April 2020 on safe-haven demand, as investors worried about a further economic slowdown after Federal Reserve officials reiterated the need for higher rates. The dollar index =USD rose 0.5% to 108.01, its highest since July 15. The gauge is on track for a 2.2% rally this week, which would be its best weekly performance in more than two years.
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Euro, sterling slip to month low on renewed growth fears

By Joice Alves LONDON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The euro and sterling slipped to a one-month low versus the safe-haven U.S. dollar on Friday with investors worrying about further economic slowdown after Federal Reserve officials reiterated the need for higher rates. The dollar index =USD rose 0.2% to 107.69, after earlier touching 107.74, its highest since July 18. The gauge is on track for a 1.9% rally this week, which would be its best weekly performance in ten weeks.
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Dollar hits 1-month high as Fed officials talk up rate hikes

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar climbed to a fresh one-month high against major peers on Friday as Federal Reserve officials continued to talk up the need for further interest rate hikes ahead of their key Jackson Hole symposium. The dollar index =USD rose 0.14% to 107.63, after earlier touching 107.72, its highest since July 18. The gauge is on track for a 1.86% rally this week, which would be its best weekly performance since June 12. The greenback rose to 136.38 ye
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Asia stocks in limbo as dollar takes the lead

* Wall Street futures dip, Nikkei steady as yen drops * Dollar climbs as euro, sterling hit by recession worries * Yuan hits lowest since May as China economy teeters * Fed members remind markets higher rates are coming By Wayne Cole SYDNEY, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Asian shares were left in limbo on Friday while the U.S. dollar made all the running as recession clouds gathered over Europe and highlighted the relative outperformance of the U.S.
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Memo for Britain's next PM: There's no stopping bad news

A look at the day ahead in European and global markets from Anshuman Daga Another day, another miserable set of British data. "A sense of exasperation" and "crisis of confidence". That was the sombre message from Britain's longest-running survey of household finances released on Friday. The record low of -44 in the Gfk consumer sentiment index in August, worse than what economists expected, underscores a summer of discontent that shows no signs of receding.
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Dollar hits 1-month high as Fed officials talk up rate hikes

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Aug 19 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar climbed to a fresh one-month high against a basket of major peers on Friday as Federal Reserve policymakers continued to talk up the need for further interest rate hikes ahead of their key Jackson Hole symposium next week. The dollar index =USD rose 0.121% to 107.620, after earlier touching 107.68, its highest since July 18. The gauge is on track for a 1.89% rally this week, which would be its best weekly performance since June 12. The
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Asia stocks in limbo as dollar takes the lead

* Asian stock markets: Link * Wall Street futures dip, Nikkei up as yen slides * Dollar climbs as euro, sterling hit by recession worries * Fed members remind markets higher rates are coming By Wayne Cole SYDNEY, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Asian shares were left in limbo on Friday while the U.S. dollar made all the running as recession clouds gathered over Europe and highlighted the relative outperformance of the U.S.
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Shares choppy, U.S. yields fall as investors digest Fed minutes

* Wall Street ends higher * Yield curve remains inverted * Dollar firmer, oil prices rise nearly 3% * Benchmark 10-year yields drop * Safe-haven gold reverses gains By Chibuike Oguh NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Global equity markets were choppy and U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday, as uncertainty over the pace of interest rate hikes prevailed among investors after the Federal Reserve's meeting minutes showed officials were determined to curb rising prices.
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Dollar jumps as Fed officials say more rate hikes needed

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar index surged to a one-month high on Thursday as Federal Reserve officials spoke of the need for further rate hikes, and investors reevaluated Wednesday's minutes from the U.S. central bank's July meeting as being more hawkish than originally thought. The Fed needs to keep raising borrowing costs to bring high inflation under control, a string of U.S.
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Shares choppy, U.S. yields fall as investors digest Fed minutes

(Updates with background data, afternoon trading) * Wall Street indexes trade down * Yield curve remains inverted * Dollar firmer, oil prices rise 2% * Benchmark 10-year yields drop * Safe-haven gold reverses gains By Chibuike Oguh NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Global equity markets were choppy and U.S. Treasury yields fell on Thursday, as uncertainty over the pace of interest rate hikes prevailed among investors after the Federal Reserve's meeting minutes showed officials were determined to curb
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Dollar bounces as Fed seen keeping up aggressive rate hikes

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar index hit a three-week high on Thursday as investors reevaluated Wednesday's minutes from the Federal Reserve’s July meeting as more hawkish than originally interpreted and after data showed solid U.S. economic momentum. The dollar pared gains on Wednesday after the meeting minutes showed that Fed officials were concerned the U.S.
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Dollar holds its gains as Fed set for lengthy inflation fight

By Alun John HONG KONG, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The dollar touched a three-week high on Thursday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting pointed to U.S. interest rates staying higher for longer to bring down inflation. The stronger greenback caused the pound GBP=D3 briefly to dip below $1.2 in early European trading, its lowest in three weeks, the euro EUR=EBS to drop to as low as $1.0146 and the Japanese yen JPY=EBS to drift down to 135.45 per dollar.
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Dollar climbs as Fed set for lengthy inflation fight

By Tom Westbrook and Alun John SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The dollar climbed to a three-week high on Thursday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting pointed to U.S. interest rates staying higher for longer to bring down inflation. Sterling GBP=D3 briefly dropped below the $1.2 level to a three-week low, thanks to the stronger dollar, and also suffering from red hot inflation figures released the day before which reinforced fears about the U.K.
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Asia shares ease, dollar holds firm after Fed minutes

By Scott Murdoch HONG KONG, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Asian shares fell on Thursday, tracking Wall Street's losses as the U.S. Federal Reserve looked set to maintain its path of interest rate hikes, although signs it may be less aggressive in tightening gave investors some cause for hope. The dollar rose overnight after the Fed's July minutes pointed to a steady course of rate hikes ahead.
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Dollar firm as Fed digs in for protracted inflation fight

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE, Aug 18 (Reuters) - The dollar was on the front foot on Thursday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's July meeting pointed to U.S. interest rates staying higher for longer to bring down inflation. The greenback gained most against the Antipodeans, especially the Aussie, which was dragged down as weaker-than-expected wage growth weighed on Australia's rates outlook.
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Glass half full or half empty?

A look at the day ahead in European and global markets from Anshuman Daga Though some investors found reason for cheer in the Federal Reserve's minutes, there's little conviction that the spectre of high inflation and interest rates to match will fade anytime soon. That is keeping markets on edge. As central banks around the world point to rising prices remaining their enemy No.
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