The U.S. dollar carried modest gains of the day before into the midweek session. The dollar notched one-week peaks against the euro and edged up from a one-month bottom against the yen. The dollar caught a modest sentiment bump from what markets considered a better performance by Hillary Clinton in the presidential debates the other night. Mrs. Clinton represents more certainty and continuity of current U.S. economic policies than her Republican rival, Donald Trump, who has talked tough on trade and immigration. Renewed worries about the shape of Europe’s banking sector contributed to the euroRead the full report
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