One reason for the dollar's mild, repeat, mild bid this morning: the South Korean, Indonesian,...


One reason for the dollar's mild, repeat, mild bid this morning: the South Korean, Indonesian, and Malaysian central banks intervened last night, selling domestic currency and buying greenbacks. The move is seen as an attempt to only slow their currencies' strength, not reverse it.
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