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    dollar near its lowest level in 14 months , the
    dollar rose against a basket of currencies weighted yesterday trade Tuesday, but it 's still languishing near the lowest level in 14 months, while investors enhance their bets that the political tensions in Washington , will negatively affect the prospects of The US Federal Reserve is set to raise interest rates again in the coming months.
    The uncertainty is expected to continue to affect the US currency after President Donald Trump dismissed the newly appointed White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramuchi.
    In early trade, the euro rose to its highest level since January 2015 at $ 1.18460. The euro has risen more than 12 percent against the dollar this year, with most of the gains concentrated in the last three months.
    The index, which tracks the performance of the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, fell to its lowest level since May 2016 yesterday and traded with a limited rise above 92.92 yesterday.
    The index fell in July, its fifth monthly decline, the longest decline since December 2010 and April 2011.
    The pound fell from a 10-month high yesterday, Traders were the latest data for the manufacturing sector, although the currency remained above $ 1.32 as political tension drove the dollar lower.


    Qatar
    to file economic complaint against Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and UAE
    Qatar's representative to the World Trade Organization, Ali Al-Waleed Al-Thani, told Reuters news agency that his country has lodged a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization against Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE for boycotting the trade.
    "We have given them enough time to hear a legal interpretation of the duration of the agreement with their commitments, but we have not received satisfactory results," he added.
    He stressed that Doha calls for dialogue and negotiations, and that this is part of its strategy in talking with the concerned countries to obtain information on these procedures and reaching a solution that leads to resolving the crisis. The text of the Doha complaint to the WTO stated that there are attempts by the boycotting state To impose "economic isolation" on them and to deprive them of trade in "goods, services and intellectual property rights". The Saudi complaint to the organization included eight pages against Saudi Arabia and eight against the UAE, while Bahrain filed a complaint against Bahrain in six pages. "The Saudi-led trade boycott is a clear violation of trade laws," said Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohammed al-Thani, Qatar's minister of economy and trade. "For its part, the boycott countries of Qatar confirmed to the World Trade Organization earlier that they would justify Qatar's economic and trade boycotts by maintaining" national security. "Accepting this justification would be an unprecedented and controversial exception to the rules of the organization.



    London
    Gold is stable near the highest level in 7 weeks
    stabilized gold prices near the highest level in seven weeks on Tuesday after the biggest monthly record gain in five months in July , supported by a decline dollar and political uncertainty. The yellow metal rose 2. 2 per cent last month, the biggest monthly increase since February, and the metal in US futures futures rose 0.1 percent to $ 1268.20 an ounce. The dollar rose, but still hovering around a two-and-a-half year low against the euro on Tuesday, The outlook for the US currency is clouded by political tensions in the United States and doubts about whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates again this year. Among other precious metals, silver fell 0.2 percent to $ 16.75 an ounce after That recorded the highest level in m More than a month earlier and rose 1.3 percent in July. Palladium rose 0.1 percent to $ 884.23 an ounce after hitting a seven-week high and platinum rose 0.3 percent to $ 938 an ounce after rising to $ 943.70 in the previous session . The dollar rose, but still hovering around a two-and-a-half-year low against the euro on Tuesday, as the outlook for the US currency remains clouded by political tensions in the United States and doubts about whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates once again. While silver fell 0.2 percent to $ 16.75 an ounce after hitting its highest level in more than a month in the previous session and rose 1.3 percent in July. Palladium rose 0.1 percent to $ 884.23 an ounce after that Record the highest level And seven weeks, platinum rose 0.3 percent to $ 938 an ounce after rising to $ 943.70 in the previous session. The dollar rose, but still hovering around a two-and-a-half-year low against the euro on Tuesday, as the outlook for the US currency remains clouded by political tensions in the United States and doubts about whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates once again. While silver fell 0.2 percent to $ 16.75 an ounce after hitting its highest level in more than a month in the previous session and rose 1.3 percent in July. Palladium rose 0.1 percent to $ 884.23 an ounce after that Record the highest level And seven weeks, platinum rose 0.3 percent to $ 938 an ounce after rising to $ 943.70 in the previous session.

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