Dollar falls broadly on renewed Sino-American trade tensions
The greenback ended lower across the board on Tuesday on renewed US-China trade concerns after President Donald Trump said a trade deal with China may be delayed until after the 2020 presidential election.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' remarks that planned tariffs on Chinese imports will be imposed on December 15th unless there is a major breakthrough in trade negotiations which triggered selloff in U.S. Treasury yields, where the benchmark 10-year was down 13.9 basis points, at 1.6968%, posting the largest daily drop since May 2018 as well as U.S. equities, where all three indices were down more than 1%. Read more…
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