Asia stocks sag as Fed tempers Wall Street rally, dollar firm
Friday, 9 November 2018 Asian stocks dipped on Friday as Wall Street took a breather after the Federal Reserve kept intact its plans to continue raising interest rates at a gradual pace, with a fourth hike for this year expected next month.
According to Reuters, the US dollar surged to a 16-month high compared to other currencies around the world. The US dollar index rose by six-tenths of a percent, peaking at 97.52. The dollar index hasn't been that high since mid-May, 2017. But the euro fell eight-tenths of a percent against the...
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