The U.S. dollar snaps a four-day losing streak on Thursday, climbing higher against its rivals amid renewed uncertainty over Sino-American trade negotiations and weakness in European currencies. The British pound retraces its gains from a day ago, as the U.K. Parliament voted to request an extension of the March 29 Brexit deadline.
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