NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar turned broadly lower on Tuesday, moving in line with declining U. 10-year Treasury yields and retracing gains from Monday in light trading ahead of Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday in the United States.
With limited data this week and the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve’s November meeting and a speech from Fed Chair Janet Yellen expected in the next 24 hours, analysts said investors were seeking to even their books after dollar strength the previous session.
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