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  • NEW YORK, Nov 22- The dollar fell on Wednesday, touching its lowest level in more than a month against the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc after the release of weaker-than-expected U.S. data and inflation expectations. The dollar fell to 111.62 yen, its lowest since Sept. 26. "The pressures started early and then the data contributed to that, first in terms of the...

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    Currency markets were closeted in a tight range in a holiday shortened week in the United States.

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    The U.S. currency is set to have a disappointing 2018 against the euro, according to currency experts at UBS.

  • The dollar fell Friday, as Treasury yields slipped and investors remained skeptical of Republicans' efforts to pass tax cuts.

  • The greenback edged higher, rebounding from a more than three-week low, after the House passed their version of the tax overhaul bill.

  • The dollar trimmed losses after data showed a surprise rise in retail sales last month as well as an uptick in underlying inflation.

  • SHANGHAI, Nov 15- China's yuan edged higher against the U.S. dollar on Wednesday, after the central bank raised its midpoint by the most in more than a month, following a slide in the greenback in global markets. The dollar slipped against a basket of currencies, as the euro rallied following strong economic growth in Germany in the third quarter.

  • The euro rose to a 2-1/2 week high against the U.S. dollar and was on track for its largest percentage gain in more than two months.

  • *EM stocks fall for third session despite China, CEE gains. *Venezuela to meet debt holders, participation uncertain. LONDON, Nov 13- Emerging markets began the week on the back foot after a barely disguised broadside at China from Donald Trump reawakened worries about trade wars and as crisis-hit Venezuela prepared for a meeting with its creditors.

  • The dollar was on a firmer footing ahead of domestic economic data, including inflation and retail sales numbers, due later this week.

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    Disappointment that a landmark U.S. tax overhaul may be delayed until 2019 put a brake on the currency's recent rally.

  • Tuan Huynh, CIO APAC at Deutsche Bank Wealth Management, says one touchstone for the Chinese market next year is the pace of yuan liberalization.

  • Investors balked at emerging details of the Senate Republicans' version of a tax cut plan.

  • *China's FX reserves climb by $700 mln in Oct, less than expected. Capital flight had been seen as a major risk for China at the start of the year, but a combination of tighter controls on money moving of China and a faltering dollar helped the yuan stage a strong turnaround, bolstering confidence in the economy. China economist at Capital Economics, Julian...

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    Paul Ryan on Wednesday left the door open to a possible delay in implementing a huge corporate tax cut.

  • *China's FX reserves climb by $700 mln in Oct, less than expected. Capital flight had been seen as a major risk for China at the start of the year, but a combination of tighter controls on money moving of China and a faltering dollar helped the yuan stage a strong turnaround, bolstering confidence in the economy. China economist at Capital Economics, Julian...

  • BEIJING, Nov 7- China's foreign exchange supply and demand were basically balanced in October and has kept forex reserves mostly stable in the month, the country's forex regulator said on Tuesday. The depreciation of non-U.S. dollar currencies against the dollar and rising asset prices also helped to stabilise China's forex reserves in October, the State...

  • BEIJING, Nov 7- China's foreign exchange reserves rose in October for a ninth straight month, but at a slower pace than market expectations, as tighter regulations and a stronger yuan continued to discourage capital outflows. Reserves climbed by $700 million in October to $3.109 trillion, compared with an increase of $17 billion in September, central bank data...

  • Investors renewed bets that monetary policy will continue to diverge between the United States and the euro zone.

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    Investors' wariness about the status of the U.S. economy and tax reform plans set the tone.