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Dollar bears are back The Greenback gasped for air on Thursday with prices temporarily reversing earlier losses after stronger-than-expected U.
In light of the less dramatic central bank "divergence", analysts have revised their views on the dollar, with a small minority of dollar bears, and many dollar bulls revising down their dollar targets, said the report.
New Zealand Dollar / US Dollar Bears can move risk from .
Resurgent gold, recently at a quarter-century high of over $700 an ounce, was the main haven for dollar bears in 2005, but with the eurozone set to expand by a dozen or more nations in as many years going forward, it is clear that the still-fledgling euro's international allure has enormous upside potential.
dollar sank below 106 yen Friday in Tokyo as dollar bears nullified suspected Bank of Japan (BOJ) interventions in light of a surge in Japanese equities prices and chronic U.
The thick layer of uncertainty surrounding Trump should encourage short term Dollar bears to look beyond the US rate hike expectations with the Greenback poised to edge lower.
Dollar sinks below 106 yen as dollar bears negate BOJ bids
Further weakness in Friday's inflation report may install Dollar bears with inspiration as expectations rapidly diminish over the Fed taking any action in 2016.
While this is highly unlikely, that sort of sentiment was just what dollar bears needed to get back in the game and this move could continue throughout next week, though much of that will depend on the Federal Reserve's policy statement on Tuesday and what sort of bias it reflects.
dollar traded above 112 yen and hit a five-month high against the yen in Tokyo on Monday as talk that the Bank of Japan (BOJ) stands ready to intervene around 112 yen kept dollar bears at bay, dealers said.
Likewise, high-yielders and the JPY crosses picked up as well, and if this sentiment holds overnight and into tomorrow morning, the release of US Advance Retail Sales and the Producer Price Index could play well into the hands of dollar bears.
The currency traders said that both dollar bears and dollar bulls are in a panicky mood as the dollar started to rise Thursday after sinking to 106.