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Dollar firms on recovering risk sentiment, prospects of easier overseas rates

FOREX-Dollar firms on recovering risk sentiment, prospects of easier overseas rates Recasts; updates data throughout; adds analysts' comments in paragraphs 4-5, 14-16 By Laura Matthews New York, June 20 (Reuters) - The dollar edged higher on Thursday, hoisted by wider interest-rate differentials as other major economies start cutting rates ahead of the U.S.
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Raging bulls push world stocks to fresh record high

GLOBAL MARKETS-Raging bulls push world stocks to fresh record high Updates throughout after U.S. market open as world shares hit new record high Wall Street returns from day off at record high Sterling slips as Bank of England edges toward rate cut Swiss franc drops too as its central bank cuts again Graphic: World FX rates http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh By Amanda Cooper and Marc Jones LONDON, June 20 (Reuters) - Wall Street's raging Nvidia bulls stretched the run of record highs for global stocks on
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Switzerland leads big central banks in rate cuts as US Fed lags

GRAPHIC-Switzerland leads big central banks in rate cuts as US Fed lags By Harry Robertson and Dhara Ranasinghe LONDON, June 20 (Reuters) - Switzerland is at the front of the rate-cutting pack among developed economy central banks, lowering borrowing costs again on Thursday, while the all-important Federal Reserve is nowhere near the starting line as the U.S.
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Shares firm, pound slips after BoE decision tees up August cut

GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares firm, pound slips after BoE decision tees up August cut Updates with Bank of England decision, comments; refreshes prices at 1137 GMT By Amanda Cooper LONDON, June 20 (Reuters) - Global shares neared record highs on Thursday, supported by investor confidence in the prospect of a drop in U.S. interest rates this year, while the pound eased after the Bank of England left rates unchanged in a dovish decision .
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Dollar rises, pound, Swiss franc drop on busy central bank day

Dollar rises, pound, Swiss franc drop on busy central bank day Updates after BoE decision at 1118 GMT By Harry Robertson LONDON, June 20 (Reuters) - The dollar climbed on Thursday, while the Swiss franc and the pound dropped as a busy day of central bank meetings kept currency traders alert. The dollar index =USD , which tracks the currency against six peers, was last up 0.2% at 105.42 after a volatile 10 days that has seen mixed signals from the U.S.
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