The dollar fell against other major currencies after accusations that trump in February, has asked James Comey to stop the FBI investigation against the former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Awesome message, refuted the White house deepened political turmoil that has engulfed the White house trump, and have increased investors ' concerns about the ability of the President in the promotion of their larger economic plans.
"Fireproof accusations frightened the markets of both currency and stock,' said Stephen Innes, senior trader brokerage Oanda. The U.S. currency fell 0.7% against the Japanese yen in early Asian trading on Wednesday. Stock markets are also suffering, and most major indexes in Asia is in the red. Futures on US shares fell 0.6%.
Some market analysts warned that troubles trump - along with disappointing U.S. economic data and news from Europe - already infringed upon the dollar. And this was before the dramatic revelations about Komi and trump.
Concern intensified after the Chairman of the Committee on oversight and government reform U.S. house of representatives Jason Chaffetz turned to the FBI with a request for the transfer of "all memoranda, notes, summaries and records related to any communications" between the Komi Republic and trump.
"The more charges accumulate, the less investor confidence in the ability of the administration to focus on something else, for example, on the economic recovery," said Matt Simpson, senior analyst at ThinkMarkets.
The main analyst of the market of The Lindsey Group, said he believes that the dollar is under pressure because of changes in the world economy and policy of the Central Bank.
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