The U.S. dollar fell and was poised for its worst week in more than a year while world stock markets edged up on Friday amid some calm following declines earlier in the week spurred by uncertainty relating to Donald Trump’s U.S. presidency.
On Wall Street, key stock indexes climbed, led by energy shares. The S&P energy index was up 1.1 percent along with a jump in oil prices.
The U.S. dollar slipped 0.7 percent on Friday and was down about 2 percent for the week, its worst week since April 2016. Besides worries surrounding Trump, the U.S. currency has suffered from a resurgent euro, which has gained more than 2 percent this week.
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