Dollar Gains as Haven Demand Increases Amid U.S. DeadlockJoseph Ciolli
The dollar rose against 13 of its 16 most-traded peers as a U.S. political stalemate persisted and President Barack Obama warned the nation faces a “very deep recession” if Congress doesn’t raise the debt limit, fueling haven demand.
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