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Greenback stands still ahead of American jobs data
On Friday, the evergreen buck stood still ahead of American jobs data as the common currency hit six-month peaks.
The dollar index declined below 99 and it grew 0.02%, reaching 98.63.
American nonfarm payrolls are supposed to have gained in April, following anemic March data.
On Wednesday, the FOMC dared to dismiss poor first-quarter American GDP surge as transitory.
Current odds of a June lift account for 67%.
On Thursday, the US House approved GOP healthcare reform. However, the bill’s supposed to face issues in the Senate.
The common currency hit a six-month peak of $1.0990 because surveys point to clear victory for Macron in French presidential run-off on Sunday. Later the euro tumbled 0.07%, hitting 1.0976.
As for commodity-linked currencies, including the Australian dollar, they were off after this week’s dip in crude as well as base metal prices.
Meanwhile, the safe-haven Japanese yen managed to firm with Japanese markets still unavailable for an extended holiday.
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