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THE dollar witnessed a sell-off mid-week after the Fed turned rather dovish during its FOMC meeting — tweaking its dot plot projection to zero hike for 2019 from two hikes back in December 2018, signalling the end of quantitative tightening (QT).

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THE US dollar softened 0.44% to 96.8 largely owing to an improving risk appetite following the UK averting a “no-deal” exit and progressive trade talks. The market cheered after the Trump-Xi summit is now postponed to next month, signalling strong commitments to seal a deal by both parties.

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THE dollar inched up 1.02% to 97.7 partly due to the resurgence of concerns on global slowdown and the better-than-expected economic release. As the trade talks between the United States and China seem to be stalled, positive economic releases for the week pushed the dollar close to the 97 level.

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AMID a short working week as markets closed in conjunction with Presidents’ Day, the dollar softened by 0.31% to 96.6 largely owing to improving trade sentiment after President Trump cited trade talks were “very productive”.

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THE US dollar edged higher over the week, up 0.48% to 96.1 largely due to a sharp weakening in the euro. Meanwhile, the US government shutdown has stretched to 27 days as both President Trump and the Democrats remained unwilling to back off from their stands over the border wall funding. The concerns on the continued shutdown have weighed slightly on the dollar.

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THE US Dollar Index dropped 0.67% to 95.50 as market sentiment improved following the brewing optimism from the extended US-China trade talks.

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AS the market returned after the New Year holiday, the US dollar’s strength emerged owing to heightened volatility in the market following the release of weak manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) print in the EU region and China.

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THE greenback plunged 1.20% to 97.4 in a week that saw the Fed fund rate adding another 25bps, in line with market expectation.