LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar dipped on Tuesday as investors took a cautious approach to the U.S. midterm elections and any fallout from the vote for the world's largest economy.
The dollar has reigned supreme this year, benefiting from the robust U.S. economy and rising interest rates.
Investors on Tuesday were focused
Britain will put slavery survivors at risk of being trafficked again unless it exempts them from fees imposed on immigrants wishing to stay in the country after it leaves the European Union, campaigners said on Monday.
People from European countries who want to remain in Britain after it leaves the EU
The euro rallied half a percent on Thursday as currencies hit hard by recent dollar buying surged higher in a more positive mood for risk-taking.
Analysts said a flood of end of the month buying of dollars on Wednesday ceased with the start of November, supporting the single currency as well
By Middle East Affairs
In a historic move, Prince William of Britain has announced he will be the first of the royal family to make an official visit to Israel, as well as Palestine and Jordan.
But as Israel nears its 70th anniversary of independence, why did it take so long?
The UK and EU have failed to reach an agreement to move to the next stage of Brexit talks, Theresa May has said.
The prime minister said talks would reconvene "before the end of the week" and she was "confident we will conclude this positively".
The talks are understood to have broken