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Feb 4, 2015
Feb 4, 2015
Feb 4, 2015
Feb 4, 2015
Feb 4, 2015
Feb 4, 2015

Dollar rebounds after slide, oil retreats

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar rose on Wednesday, rebounding after its worst day in more than a year, while a retreat in oil prices pressured energy shares and put Wall Street stocks in negative territory.

Asset classes largely digested big moves that were recorded in the previous session, when the new Greek government dropped calls for a write-down of its foreign debt, easing concerns about growing instability in the euro zone. The news resulted in a sharp rally for both stocks and oil, while the U.S. dollar and bonds fell.

Feb 3, 2015

Global stocks, oil rally on Greek plan; dollar falls

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stock markets rallied around the world on Tuesday while the U.S. dollar fell after the new Greek government dropped calls for a write-down of its foreign debt, easing concerns about growing instability in the euro zone.

Gold, which is viewed as a safe-haven investment, fell on the day while copper had its biggest one-day jump since May 2013. Oil prices also continued their recent rebound, up for a fourth straight positive day.

Feb 3, 2015

Stocks, oil rally on Greek plan; dollar falls

NEW YORK, Feb 3 (Reuters) – Stock markets rallied around the
world on Tuesday while the U.S. dollar fell after the new Greek
government dropped calls for a write-down of its foreign debt,
easing concerns about growing instability in the euro zone.

Gold, viewed as a safe-haven investment, fell, and copper
prices jumped the most in one day since July 2013. Oil prices
also continued their recent rebound, up more than 7 percent for
a third straight gain.

Feb 3, 2015
Feb 3, 2015