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Draghi talks Euro down, Aso lifts Yen – BBH

FXStreet (Barcelona) - The Brown Brothers Harriman Team notes that official comments from Japanese and European officials have injected volatility into the foreign exchange market.

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“The euro moved sharply lower during the London morning, falling from $1.2550 to $1.2440. Sterling, however, was little changed at $1.5670.”

“In contrast, the Australia dollar spike following news that China was cutting interest rates, rising to $0.8700.”

“The dollar gained back some traction against yen after the drop prompted by Aso’s, and is now trading close to ¥118.0.”

“In the EM space, RUB is the main mover, rising over 1% against the basket, while BRL is also outperforming, with the dollar falling back towards the $2.50 level.”

“The MSCI Asia Pacific index was up slightly, but EuroStoxx are gaining 1.4% while US equity futures are up 0.6%. Oil prices are raising are up over 1% following the news out of China, alongside copper and iron ore price, also up over 1%.”

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