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U.S. Dollar Finishes Session Mixed

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    Today’s sample of Forex Analysis from ForexHound.com


    A rally in U.S. equity markets fueled by oversold conditions and a surge in M&A activity helped trigger an intraday break in the Dollar early in the trading session. Late in the session the Dollar picked-up some strength as the Dollar finished mixed against most majors by the close.

    There were no major reports today which could have contributed to the lackluster trade. In addition, traders may already be positioning themselves for Friday’s U.S. Non-Farm Payrolls Report. The Dollar was strong against the European currencies but a little weaker versus the Asian-Pacific markets.

    The EUR USD finished the day lower but close to the middle of the day’s range. Overnight this market felt pressure, but firm U.S. equity markets since the opening helped to drive up demand for higher yielding assets. In addition, some say traders are beginning to price in the possibility of a rate hike by the European Central Bank sooner than later. This could have helped to limit losses.

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