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Dollar down despite Trump’s endorsement of strong greenback

By Bloomberg
27 January 2018   |   7:00 am
Marcus Ashworth, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, discusses the dollar's decline and currencies on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."

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