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Greenback edges down as Trump tells currency is 'getting too strong'
On Thursday, the evergreen buck dipped broadly, getting to a five-month minimum against the Japanese yen, after Donald Trump helped to accelerate its recent drop by telling the currency was too strong.
The US dollar took a heavy hit after Trump said that the major American currency is getting extremely strong and he would prefer the Fed to keep interest rates low.
The comments turned to be a fresh reminder of Trump’s protectionist trade rhetoric that has been a source of concern for greenback bulls.
The US dollar sank 0.3%, hitting 108.805 yen, having dipped to a five-month minimum of 108.730. Then, in an evident bearish technical signal, the currency pair managed to break below its 200-day moving average of 108.75.
The major American currency has edged down 2% vs. the yen this week. By the way, the Japanese yen is already on a bullish footing due to a surge in geopolitical tensions.
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