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Bearish bets on US dollar fall
Bearish bets on US dollar rise for the third week
US dollar bearish bets hit three year high
Investors turn bearish on US dollar

US stocks were almost flat today on Thursday ahead of national holiday and Janet Yellen speech. US dollar index, a measure of a greenback’s value against a basket of six major currencies, fell on Thursday 0.2% but later rebounded 0.1%

US stocks rose on Wednesday led by advances in energy and materials shares. The dollar weakened as euro and Pound edged higher after positive economic reports in euro-zone and UK poll results suggesting the country will likely not leave the

US stock market rallied on Tuesday as strong housing market data reassured investors economic growth is accelerating. The dollar strengthened in light of data supporting rate hike expectations in coming months: live dollar index data indicate the ICE US Dollar

US stocks ended lower on Monday on concerns Federal Reserve may hike interest rates in June instead of later in the year as market participants currently anticipate. The dollar weakened with yen strengthening after Japan’s April trade surplus at 823.5

Investors cut bearish bets against the US dollar for the second week in a row as the dollar net short position narrowed to $4.19 billion from $6.19 billion in the previous week against the major currencies, according to the report