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Greenback loses in Asia after North Korea nuclear test
On Monday, the evergreen buck held weaker in Asia. It’s because at the weekend North Korea announced it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb, thus powering tensions with the United States, Japan, South Korea, to say nothing of its angering ally China.
Gauging the greenback’s value versus a trade-weighted basket of six crucial currencies, the US dollar index went down 0.25% being worth 92.59.
The currency pair USD/JPY hit 109.72, sagging 0.49%. At the same time AUD/USD reached 0.7960, descending 0.10%. As or EUR/USD, this currency pair also demonstrated revenues, soaring 0.21% and getting to 1.1885.
Meanwhile, Australia’s business inventories went down 0.4% for the first quarter as expected and from a 1.2% ascend during the previous period. Additionally, company gross operating revenues tumbled 4.5%, which is more than the 4 dive observed in the second quarter, and versus the previous 6% leap.
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