RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Friday, two U.S. Federal Reserve officials expressed their interest in starting to discuss cutting liquidity.
The dollar closed at its highest level in over two weeks on Friday, marking the largest weekly gain in nearly two months, with investors reflecting the strength of the U.S. currency abroad, but also following local political movements aimed at the 2022 election.
A stronger U.S. economy could lead to more inflation and add to the ranks of those who see rising prices as a factor that will force the U.S. Federal Reserve bank (Fed) to . . .