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Dollar recovers ground as risk appetite fades

(Updates to U.S. afternoon) By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed NEW YORK, May 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar rose on Wednesday, on pace to snap a three-session losing streak, as concerns about the outlook for global economic growth and rising inflation knocked sentiment a day after U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell struck a more hawkish tone. Powell on Tue
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Dollar rebounds as risk appetite fades

(Updates prices, market activity, comments to U.S. market open; changes dateline, previous LONDON) By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed NEW YORK, May 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar edged higher on Wednesday, on pace to snap a three-session losing streak, as concerns about the outlook for global economic growth and rising inflation knocked sentiment, a day after U.
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Dollar up after biggest drop in 2 months as Fed's Powell reaffirms hawkish outlook

By Samuel Indyk LONDON, May 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar edged higher on Wednesday, a day after posting its biggest single-day drop in more than two months after U.S. Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell struck a more hawkish tone as the central bank battles to rein in surging inflation. Powell pledged that the U.S. central bank would ratchet up i
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Philippines leads Asian stocks higher; FX subdued as rates in focus

* Dollar ticks up after a three-session slide * Asian stocks tail rally on Wall Street By Riya Sharma May 18 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies were largely subdued on Wednesday, as the dollar recovered slightly and a hardened inflation stance by the U.S. Federal Reserve chief piled pressure, while Philippines led the rally among equities. Shares in
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Philippines leads Asian stocks higher; FX subdued as rates in focus

* Dollar ticks up after a three-session slide * Asian stocks tail rally on Wall Street By Riya Sharma May 18 (Reuters) - Most Asian currencies were largely subdued on Wednesday, as the dollar recovered slightly and a hardened inflation stance by the U.S. Federal Reserve chief piled pressure, while Philippines led the rally among equities. Shares in
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Dollar rebounds after Fed's Powell reaffirms hawkish outlook

By Samuel Indyk LONDON, May 18 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar bounced back on Wednesday, a day after its biggest daily loss in more than two months, as U.S. Federal Reserve chief Jerome Powell struck a more hawkish tone as the central bank battles to rein in surging inflation. Powell pledged that the U.S. central bank would ratchet up interest rates a
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Euro and sterling cling onto overnight gains

By Alun John HONG KONG, May 18 (Reuters) - The pound and euro on Wednesday held onto most of their gains from the previous day as hopes of easing lockdowns in China and rising retail sales in the U.S. pushed investors towards riskier assets and hurt the safe haven dollar. The European common currency touched $1.0564 EUR=EBS in early Asia trade, its
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Asian stocks broadly higher, FX subdued on inflation worries

* Asian FX fails to tail Wall St rally * U.S. dollar steadies after plunge from 20yr peak By Riya Sharma May 18 (Reuters) - Most emerging Asian stock markets advanced on Wednesday, buoyed by solid U.S. retail sales data and the easing of China's COVID-19 lockdowns, while currencies were largely subdued as inflation fears remained. Equities in Phili
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Asian stocks broadly higher, FX subdued on inflation worries

* Asian FX fails to tail Wall St rally * U.S. dollar steadies after plunge from 20yr peak By Riya Sharma May 18 (Reuters) - Most emerging Asian stock markets advanced on Wednesday, buoyed by solid U.S. retail sales data and the easing of China's COVID-19 lockdowns, while currencies were largely subdued as inflation fears remained. Equities in Phili
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Stock rally losing puff as economic growth doubts grow

* Asia struggles to carry on Wall St rally * Japan economy shrinks, Aussie wages data misses * U.S. dollar steadies after slump from 20-year peak By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE, May 18 (Reuters) - Asia's stock markets eked out their fourth straight session of gains on Wednesday, but the recent rally lost momentum as nagging doubts about inflation and t
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Asian stocks wobble as growth doubts loom

* Asia struggles to carry on Wall St rally * Japan economy shrinks, Aussie wages data misses * U.S. dollar steadies after slump from 20-year peak By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE, May 18 (Reuters) - Asia's stockmarkets struggled to carry recent gains into a fourth straight session on Wednesday and the U.S. dollar steadied, as nagging doubts about inflati
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Euro and sterling helped by improved market sentiment

By Alun John HONG KONG, May 18 (Reuters) - Overnight surges left the euro and pound sitting pretty in early Asia helped by good U.K. jobs data and a general improvement in investor sentiment on solid U.S. retail sales and hopes of easing lockdowns in China. The European common currency touched $1.0563 EUR=EBS in early Asia trade, after rising 1.1%
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Shares rebound, Treasury yields rise on stronger data

By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) - Global equity markets rebounded and Treasury yields rose on Tuesday, as an easing of China's crackdowns on tech and COVID-19 along with solid U.S. retail sales in April suggested economic growth might be getting stronger. Retail sales rose 0.9% last month while data for March was revised higher to show s
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Dollar slips as risk appetite returns

(Updates to U.S. afternoon) By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar fell for a third straight day on Tuesday, pulling back from a two-decade high against a basket of major peers, as an uptick in investors' appetite for riskier bets diminished the U.S. currency's appeal. Upbeat earnings views from Home Depot HD.N and United Airl
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Shares rebound, Treasury yields rise on stronger data

By Herbert Lash NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) - A gauge of global equity markets rebounded and U.S. Treasury yields rose on Tuesday as an easing of China's crackdowns on tech and COVID-19 and solid U.S. retail sales in April suggested economic growth might be getting stronger. Retail sales rose 0.9% last month while data for March was revised higher t
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Dollar rally stalls as risk appetite returns

(Updates prices, market activity, comments to U.S. market open; changes dateline, previous LONDON) By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed NEW YORK, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar eased for a third straight day on Tuesday, pulling back from a two-decade high against a basket of major peers, as an uptick in investors' appetite for riskier bets diminished the U.S. curre
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Dollar rally stalls, rivals pursue tentative comeback

By Julien Ponthus LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar eased for a third straight day on Tuesday as a jump in sentiment across global markets encouraged investors to reinvest in riskier currencies and trim bets on the safe haven greenback which hit a two-decade high last week. A hawkish comment from Dutch central bank chief Klaas Knot helped the e
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Dollar rally stalls, rivals pursue tentative recovery

By Julien Ponthus LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar eased for a third straight day on Tuesday as a jump in sentiment across global markets encouraged investors to trim bets on the safe haven currency, which hit a two-decade high last week. A hawkish comment from Dutch central bank chief Klaas Knot helped the euro jump back above $1.05 for the f
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Shares recover even as growth, inflation fears linger

By Lawrence White LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - Global shares recovered on Tuesday on optimism about an easing of China's crackdowns on tech and COVID-19, but concerns about rising prices and slowing growth worldwide set a nervy tone elsewhere in markets. European shares followed up a positive start in Asia, with the STOXX index of Europe's 600 bigges
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Dollar rally pauses, rivals seek tentative recovery

By Julien Ponthus LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - The dollar eased for a third straight day on Tuesday as investors cautiously trimmed bets on a rally which sent the greenback to a two-decade high last week. The currency's strength is widely expected to remain a driving force across financial markets in 2022 as the U.S. Federal Reserve implements a new
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