On Monday, the US dollar index plunged from 96.40 to 95.70.
Euro zone businesses go up
Euro zone business surge is actually speeding up, as polls unveiled on Thursday, backing the European Central Bank's move the previous month to officially announce a throttling back of its monetary policy stimulus.
Polls covering both the manufacturing and services sectors outshone even the most upbeat forecasters in Reuters surveys, showing growth appears to be broad-based, with EU factories reporting the second-best month in the index's history.
As an earlier sister poll from Germany revealed, in November, Europe's number one economy shifted into a higher gear, as factories managed to roll out goods at the fastest tempo for almost seven years.
France's equivalent ruined experts’ expectations for a dip as activity ascended at the fastest pace for 6-1/2 years in November as recent labor reforms pushed businesses to add staff much quicker than at any time since 2001.
The European Union has turned to be the shocking economic star of 2017, with surge rates confidently outpacing its rivals.
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