The U.S. dollar firmed against its major peers on Friday as treasury yields rose after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said he saw merit in “front-end loading” policy moves and indicated a 50 basis point rate hike would be on the table at the central bank’s next meeting in early May.
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