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Money Daily Brief: Dollar rises broadly

Yuriko Nakao/Reuters

(Read caption) A woman exchanges money at Haneda airport in Tokyo. The dollar hit a one-week high against the yen Monday.

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Dollar rebounds: After a tough month, the dollar rose against a number of currencies, reaching a one-week high against the yen. Some analysts expect the Federal Reserve to signal that the US economy is improving after its meeting this week, preparing the way for an unwinding of  some stimulus measures that had caused the dollar to fall.

Slow US Christmas? An improving US economy is unlikely to lift US consumer spending this holiday season, according to a Deloitte report. Last year, holiday spending fell 2.4 percent.

British tuition hikes? A yearlong review of a university funding crisis has determined that students should pay higher interest on loans and receive smaller grants. The education task force, set up by the Confederation of British Industry, said taxpayers cannot afford the current system. The changes could raise tuition fees by more than $8,000 per year.


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