Why Goldman Ditched Its Short Dollar Call

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    Apr.05 — In a note released on Friday, Goldman Sachs’s currency team closed its recommended short U.S. dollar position against a basket of Group-of-10 commodity currencies. Zach Pandl, co-head of foreign exchange and emerging-market strategy at Goldman, explains the call on “Bloomberg Markets: European Close.”

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