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Dollar closed at 64.5450 against its opening of 64.5200. Dollar pared losses during early noon trade on buying by foreign banks amid demand from nationalised banks on behalf of oil importers with global weakness in the dollar on continued political uncertainty in the US, even as investors await the release of US Federal Open Market Committee May policy minutes later this week. During overnight trades, the greenback tumbled breaching its lowest level since Nov 10, 2016, on looming uncertainties regarding the implementation of US President Donald Trump's administration.On the US economic front, there was no significant data release to drive the market. However, St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard in a speech Friday raised questions over the need for another rate increase by the US central bank in June. Bullard, who is not a voting member of ......


Asian shares mostly held gains on Monday despite a weekend missile test by North Korea that raised further concerns on its ability to deliver a nuclear warhead as far as the U.S. states of Hawaii and Alaska, while markets digested news that Ford would replace CEO Mark Fields with executive Jim Hackett.Gold prices edged lower on Monday as Asian stocks gained, although political worries surrounding U.S. President Donald Trump are expected to keep supporting appetite for the metal as a so-called safe-haven asset.Oil prices rose on Monday, supported by reports that an OPEC-led supply cut may not only be extended into next year but might also be deepened to tighten the market and prop up prices.......

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