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During the first two weeks of September, the dollar eased more than 3 percent against the mark to just under DM1.
Under these circumstances, the pace of the dollar's decline against the mark slowed during the second half of September, even as the exchange rate eased to its low for the period under review of DM 1.
During the last days of October, sentiment toward the dollar turned decidedly negative, and the dollar eased across the board.
On August 1, Chairman Greenspan confirmed in Senate testimony that the Federal Reserve had modestly eased its stance the previous week.
During the second week of October, the federal funds rate moved lower, and by midmonth, market participants concluded that the Federal Reserve had indeed eased.