By Sam Boughedda
Investing.com — The dollar slide continued Wednesday following consumer price index data that showed a continued rise in prices, increasing market expectations for a potential rate hike.
The inflation rate for September was reported at 0.4%, coming in above the expected 0.3% figure. The rose to 5.4%, again beating expectations of 5.3%.
The news has seen the dollar weaken against all of the other major currencies on Wednesday, with the , which measures the currency against a basket of foreign currencies, falling over 0.4% and moving lower from the 13-month high it posted earlier this week.
At the time of writing, the major FX pairs show the , which is closely linked to commodities, trading 0.37% above Tuesday’s close. has climbed close to 2%.
The has posted a 0.44% gain, despite issues surrounding Brexit and the Northern Ireland protocol.
The euro is up over 0.5% against the greenback, retracing significantly since it fell to 15-month lows.
Elsewhere, the is down 0.18%, the is down 0.58%, the is down 0.16% and the is up 0.45%. Despite the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s recent meeting showing the central bank could taper bond purchases in mid-November or mid-December, we have yet to see a strong reaction in the dollar crosses.
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