The US dollar looks set to end a third week higher against most major currencies amid mounting evidence that the US economy started the year on strong footing. In particular, hawkish FOMC minutes and a strong monthly rise in US PCE supported the dollar as yield gaps shifted in favour of the US and “risky” assets weakened, similar to the pattern that characterised much of 2022.
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