US Dollar Rout Continues With Inflation Data in the Horizon

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Safe haven flows after the stock market collapse favour JPY and CHF The US dollar is once again on the back foot on Tuesday. The currency is softer against major pairs ahead of key US inflation data for January. The U.S. Federal Reserve along with traders will be looking at the consumer price figures for […]

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