Photo: A customer counts 100 dollar banknotes and 50 euro banknotes inside a foreign currency exchange bureau in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 14, 2020. Photographer: Kerem Uzel/Bloomberg A customer counts banknotes inside a foreign currency exchange bureau in Istanbul, Turkey, on May 14, 2020. Photographer: Kerem Uzel/Bloomberg

The U.S. dollar gained against nearly all its major peers as trading kicked off in 2023 after a seasonal holiday lull.

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