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Currency Market Analysis

Global Themes

The U.S. dollar’s Fed-fueled gains were running on fumes Friday, with the greenback down versus most peers. Global markets started autumn with a fall as North Korean jitters resurfaced and S&P slashed China’s sovereign credit rating by a notch. The dollar index eased below the two-week peak it reached after the Fed this week kept the door wide open to a rate hike by year-end, a notion may had dismissed given low inflation and a hazier outlook for growth in the aftermath of two devastating hurricanes. Today’s price action underscores how the Fed, while hawkish, didn’t hit the reset button f

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