January retail sales number suggests U.S. economic strength. NEW YORK, Feb 12- The dollar rose on Friday after data showed U.S. consumer spending appeared to have regained its mojo in January, supporting the possibility the Federal Reserve will continue to raise interest rates as other central banks ease policy. On Friday, the dollar rose 0.75 percent to 113.26...» Read More
The Japanese currency's recent slide is just the beginning of a larger move, this pro says.
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The yen hits a 2012 low on stimulus expectations and Egypt gives the pound a lift - it's time for your FX Fix.
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As Congress heads home without a solution to the 'fiscal cliff,' these currency pros offer ideas for trading the impasse.
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