Currency Brief: Dollar Stabilizes in February

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The dollar’s 10-month surge slowed in February. Up by only 0.4% for the month, the U.S. dollar index closed at 95.2 on Feb. 27.

The euro dipped by .6% against the U.S. dollar during the month, recovering from January’s plunge, though still 23 percent lower than this time last year. Concerns over Greece’s debt continue to fuel concerns.

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The U.K. pound rose by 1.8% against the dollar in the month.

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The Indian rupee was essentially flat compared to the dollar in the month.

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The Indonesian rupiah fell by almost 2 percent.

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The Pakistani rupee edged down by less than 1 percent in the month.

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The Chinese yuan remained virtually flat against the dollar in February.

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The Bangladeshi taka dipped negligibly in the month, as did the Vietnamese dong.

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After rising by 2 percent against the dollar in January, the yen dropped by almost 1 percent in February, and remains behind last year’s level by 17 percent.

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