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Euro advances on better money market conditions NEW YORK: The euro rose to a six-week high against the dollar and a five-year peak versus the yen on Monday, helped by tighter money market conditions in the euro zone and strong trade numbers from China, which boosted investor tolerance for riskier currencies. Europe's common currency remained resilient strong despite Friday's better-than-expected US non-farm payrolls report, tepid economic conditions in the euro zone, and constant reiteration by European monetary officials that interest rates would remain low for some time. The euro is within striking distance of its yearly highs. China reported its trade numbers over the weekend. China's exports came in well above forecast in November, rising 12.7 percent from a year earlier, while imports rose 5.3 percent. "The strong labor data out of the US and the robust trade balance numbers from China suggest that global growth may be better than the consensus view," said Boris Schlossberg, managing ...

Dollar falls vs euro despite strong US jobs report NEW YORK: The US dollar fell against the euro but gained on the yen after a surprisingly solid jobs report for November gave more evidence of the firming US economy.Job creation was greater than expected, and the US unemployment rate dropped to 7.0 percent from 7.3 percent, numbers that raised expectations that the Federal Reserve will soon begin reeling in its $85 billion-a-month economic stimulus program.But that prospect, which pushed up US bond yields slightly ...
Dollar rallies against yen after strong US jobs data NEW YORK: The dollar rose against the yen on Friday after stronger-than-expected jobs data stoked expectations the US Federal Reserve may start reducing bond buying sooner than expected.US employers added 203,000 new jobs in November, exceeding expectations, and the jobless rate fell to a five-year low of 7.0 percent, the Labor Department said."A strong overall report, strong details as well. It keeps the December tapering risk alive from the Federal Reserve," said Richard Franulovich, senior ...
C$ weakens as US data eclipses domestic jobs strength TORONTO: The Canadian dollar weakened against the greenback on Friday as a strong domestic employment report was offset by better-than-expected jobs figures in the United States which bolstered expectations the Federal Reserve could reduce its stimulus sooner rather than later.Trading was choppy early in the session with the loonie retreating to its 3-1/2-year low shortly after the jobs reports were released, matching a trough hit on Wednesday.Data showed Canada added 21,600 jobs last month, far ...
C$ firms marginally; jobs data in view TORONTO: The Canadian dollar halted a week of losses on Thursday to end moderately stronger against the greenback, with investors pausing before Friday's data on the North American labor market. Earlier in the session, the Canadian dollar traded near its weakest level in 3-1/2 years as an unexpectedly dovish tone from the Bank of Canada reinforced a market view that interest rates will stay low for some time. "Markets had gotten themselves - and probably ...
Dollar little changed vs. euro after mixed US data NEW YORK: The dollar slipped slightly against the euro Wednesday after mixed US economic data and a Federal Reserve report that provided little in terms of news.The euro ticked up to $1.3591 around 2200 GMT from $1.3589 at the same time Tuesday.The dollar slipped against the Japanese currency, buying 102.32 yen compared with 102.48 yen the prior day. The euro dropped to 139.06 yen from 139.27.The dollar earlier traded higher after payrolls firm ADP reported ...
Dollar rises on strong ISM manufacturing report NEW YORK: The dollar Monday rose against major currencies after a good manufacturing report boosted speculation that the US Federal Reserve could taper its bond-buying program more quickly.Near 2300 GMT, the euro fell to $1.3538 from $1.3587 Friday.The dollar also jumped to 102.94 Japanese yen compared with 102.40.The euro advanced to 139.36 yen from 139.16 yen.The dollar got a lift after the Institute of Supply Management said its purchasing managers index among manufacturers in November ...


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