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30 Sep 2018
Trump's 'weaponized' dollar may push world to Euro, Eichengreen says.
3 Sep 2018
Mark Tinker, head of Framlington Equities Asia at AXA Investment Managers, talks about emerging-market currencies and interest rates, Federal Reserve policy, the dollar and his investment strategy.
27 Jan 2018
Marcus Ashworth, a Bloomberg Gadfly columnist, discusses the dollar's decline and currencies on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
18 Jan 2018
Apple said it will bring hundreds of billions of overseas dollars back to the U.S., pay about $38 billion in taxes on the money and spend tens of billions on domestic jobs, manufacturing and data centres in the coming years.
17 Jan 2018
Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore updates the latest markets news. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."
10 Jan 2018
George Saravelos, global co-head of FX research at Deutsche Bank, discusses the rise of a strong euro resulting from a questionable dollar in 2018 and what it could mean for the European Central Bank.
22 Aug 2017
James Athey, the senior investment manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, discusses his top calls for a volatile market.
11 Aug 2017
In a bid to lower costs and improve Nigeria's debt position, the government announced plans to refinance 3 billion dollars’ worth of treasury bills denominated in local currency with dollar borrowing.
5 Jun 2017
Nigeria's foreign exchange market has continued on a path of rates convergence as the naira is currently trading at around three-hundred and sixty-five to the dollar.
21 Apr 2017
The naira firmed 2.6 percent on the parallel market to 385 to the U.S dollar on Thursday, as the Central Bank of Nigeria increased dollar supply to a bureau de change operators.
6 Apr 2017
Despite the moves by the Central Bank of Nigeria to improve dollar liquidity, the naira weakened against the dollar at the parallel market on Wednesday to about 398 naira to the dollar.
5 Apr 2017
The Central Bank of Nigeria plans to offer dollar forwards to be delivered within two months, in a bid to offset the backlog of matured forex obligations to fuel importers, manufacturers and airlines.

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