Usd vs gbp historical data: The U.S. Dollar: Beware of Strength this Week as Fed Begins to Cut

However, in the case of the Dollar, some analysts are looking for a different reaction this time around. Not least of all because of the dire state of the global economy, which is threatening to send interest rates in other developed markets even lower than they are now once the Federal Reserve takes the plunge and begins to cut. That means, as far as J.P. Morgan and a few others are concerned, alternative currencies won’t necessarily be left looking any more attractive to investors once all is said and done. 

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