Investing.com – The dollar remained under pressure Monday near 13-month lows as doubts persisted about the Trump administration’s economic agenda.
The was up 0.05% at 93.83 at 03:00 ET, off a low for the session of 93.65.
The Trump administration remains under the cloud of a probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential race.
The Federal Reserve is expected to leave policy on hold Wednesday at the end of the FOMC meeting.
The of a December Fed hike stand at below 40%.
The was mostly steady above $1.16 near two-year highs as the ECB gears up for a possible shift in policy.
The () hovered around the $1.30 mark as the odds of possible early U.K. tightening ebbed.
The dollar was steady against the at the 111 level.
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