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Andrew Knoll

Andrew Knoll has covered sports, business, South America and more for The New York Times, Forbes, ESPN and the Los Angeles Daily News. The only thrill that compares to a wise investment is unboxing a new pair of sneakers.

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A display of Canadian bills
Bank of Canada predicts short-term inflation crunch

BoC quarterly report shows pressure on businesses and policymakers alike, with relief ahead

Andrew Knoll22:40, 4 April 2022
Dollar ship floating in money sea
Buy or sell? Dollar (DXY) buckles up for bumpy month ahead

Conflicts abroad, inflation at home, world energy and other intricacies shape dollar

Andrew Knoll22:41, 31 March 2022
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US economy: Interest rates, budgets, bonds and the buck

The dollar has remained strong, bond yields have risen and budget debates loom

Andrew Knoll22:21, 29 March 2022
Bank underground station in London
UK economy: What’s next for inflation, output and the pound?

Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey addresses UK macroeconomics

Andrew Knoll22:52, 28 March 2022
If you want energy, pay for it in roubles says Putin

Moscow says 'unfriendly' nations must buy commodities in its currency – gas and rouble soar

Andrew Knoll07:19, 24 March 2022
The Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey’s lira under pressure in the face of inflation, risks

Seeking to stabilise its currency, Turkey pursues firm course despite emerging pitfalls

Andrew Knoll22:47, 22 March 2022
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Canadian dollar swings between bearish and bullish

Investor sentiment and oil-price rebound vault Canadian dollar to two-month high

Andrew Knoll23:02, 21 March 2022
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Exclusive: How Duolingo (DUOL) educates the world and rewards investors

CFO Matt Skaruppa talks education, expansion, the IPO and the company’s future

Andrew Knoll13:47, 18 March 2022
A display of dollars
FOMC’s policy shifts for 2022: Next up for markets, investors

With a rate increase set to be implemented and six more on the way, markets reacted Wednesday

Andrew Knoll23:36, 16 March 2022
A display of Russian roubles
Looming Russian debt default hearkens back to 1918, 1998

The country's foreign debt default could come as early as Wednesday

Andrew Knoll23:43, 15 March 2022
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Dollar dominance: USD reaction to tight labour market

Labour shortages, declines and resignations amid inflation and uncertainty grip US economy

Andrew Knoll07:40, 15 March 2022
A picture of a Canadian one-dollar coin showing an image of the native loon bird
Canadian dollar outpaced by its commodity currency rivals

As the Canadian dollar (CAD) decouples from soaring oil prices, investors seek returns in the positions of Australian (AUD) and New Zealand dollars (NZD).

Andrew Knoll08:11, 11 March 2022
US bills vacuumed up
Could US inflation figure surge past 8%?

The US Consumer Price Index, a key figure for inflation, is expected at 7.9% year-over-year in Thursday’s report

Andrew Knoll23:47, 9 March 2022
Yellow ribbons with the inscription 'sanctions' wrapped around the map of the Russian Federation, painted in the colours of the flag. Economic isolation of Russia concept. Banknotes 5000 rubles
Russia struggles for economic foothold as sanctions bite

An overview on the market implications of the conflict and retaliatory sanctions on Russia

Andrew Knoll07:41, 9 March 2022
Oil rig at sunset
Devon Energy (DVN) shows restraint amid international crisis

As conflict churns in Eastern Europe, Devon strengthens position in US markets

Andrew Knoll22:41, 7 March 2022

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