Escalating trade tensions,climbing Treasury yields and a robust economy have led investor demand for the biggest reserve currency.
U.K. currency slid more than 1% on Monday to $1.2828 amid speculation Prime Minister Theresa May could face defeat in Parliament.
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Investors warn that the widely expected outcome of a divided Congress may not be fully baked into asset prices.
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The bond selloff deepened after data on U.S. private-sector jobs bolstered the case for the Fed to keep raising rates into 2019.
The yield on 10-year Treasuries rose to the highest level since 2011, eclipsing the previous 2018 peak set in May.
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The Indonesian Rupiah’s latest low is the steepest since the Asian financial crisis in July 1998.
A tsunami of as high as three meters hit the coast after a massive quake that damaged thousands of buildings in Palu, Indonesia.
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Developing-nation local currency bonds have lost 7.5 percent this year, while their currencies have retreated about 12 percent.
Franklin Templeton Investments says the rout in emerging markets may be nearing a bottom.
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