The U.S. dollar extends its decline against its major rivals on Wednesday as the Federal Reserve raised interest rates but stuck to its previous guidance of three rate increases in total this year.
The U.S. Dollar sold off on Wednesday following a the Federal Reserve's policy announcement that included a dovish interest rate hike. While the central bank raised rates by 25 basis points, in line with ...
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Investing.com - The U.S. dollar remained lower against other major currencies on Wednesday, as investors were cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve's monthly policy decision due later in the day.