By Omer Esiner of TravelexThe U.S. dollar rallied across the board as a sharp decline in investors' appetite for riskier assets saw capital flow back into traditional safe-haven assets like the greenback, U.S. government bonds and the Japanese yen. Friday's announcement from the Securities and Exchange Commission that it had filed fraud charges against banking giant Goldman Sachs sent shockwaves throughout financial markets and prompted a wave of profit-taking in riskier assets that had performed so well over recent months.
USD, Safe Havens Gain on Goldman Suit
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