Dollar Rises From Five-Month Low as Traders Reprice Fed OutlookBy
Greenback gains as June rate-increase likelihood tops 50%
U.S. economy appears to be shaking off a global slowdown
The dollar rose for the first time in four days Monday as investors recalculated the likelihood of an interest-rate increase from the Federal Reserve, having wiped out expectations for any tightening earlier this year.
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