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Last week we saw the US Dollar continue to strengthen across the board. The Dollar index is now trading at its highest level since 2002, emphasising the current strength of the currency. EURUSD is at its lowest level against the US Dollar since 2017 and GBPUSD since 2020. The ongoing strength of the currency remains