The dollar rose after Putin’s threats

The dollar On Wednesday, it reached quotas not reached in 20 years against several currencies after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization to fight in Ukraine and said he was ready to use “every means” to defend himself.

By 4:00 PM GMT, the dollar was up 0.88% to $0.9883 per euro, and 0.42% to $1.1333 per pound, although it was more stable against the Japanese currency at 144.16 yen per dollar.

In addition to being a valuable refuge, dollar He takes advantage of bets on tight monetary policy ahead of expected decisions from the United States Federal Reserve (Fed).

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