Dollar Gains as Falling Oil Damps Demand for Riskier Currencies

  • Currency dropped Monday after comments from Fed’s Brainard
  • Futures show odds of a December rate hike slip to 57%

IEA's Parry: China, Europe, India Lead Oil Demand Decline

A gauge of the dollar reversed a decline as weaker oil and iron ore prices dragged currencies of resource-exporting nations lower amid reduced investors appetite for riskier assets.

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