NY Open: Wall Street bitten by FANGs
The biggest and the brightest of Nasdaq's tech stars have lost some shine today and taken the rest of Wall Street lower. Meanwhile, the Brexit-beleaguered sterling is hurting too.
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Despite some emerging signs of consolidation speculators nevertheless increased their bullish dollar bets against nine IMM currency futures by a net 8,000 lots, or $0.3bn, to $24.5bn in the week to August 21. This was the week where the dollar retraced some of its recent gains after President Trump went on the attack against Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell for raising rates and thereby supporting the stronger dollar.