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The Dollar’s rise continues as advanced GDP figures showed the US economy grew four percent in the second quarter to June. Comfortably above average forecasts the strong reading surprised investors triggering a Greenback rally with the world’s base currency advancing against all but a few major peers. Supported by a sturdy preliminary non-farm payroll report that suggests the economy will add some 200,000+ jobs when official number hit the docket Friday the string of positive data underpins the strength of economic recovery. The rally was however pared by a dovish Federal Open Market Committee Statement wherein Fed officials cited concerns over slack in the labour market while reiterating that interest rates will remain unchanged for a “considerable time”. In other news the Euro broke below 1.3400 as German inflation data disappointed investors compounding fears Europe’s largest economy is stagnating. The 18 nation bloc’s unit traded to an intraday low of 1.3366 and opens this morning under the guise of further downward pressure as investor focus is directed to Core CPI this evening ahead of US non-farm payroll numbers Friday. Soft European inflation and a strong US jobs report could see the EUR/USD move close to a weekly close near 1.3200. Data releases Building Approvals, Import Prices and Private Sector Credit NZD: No Data Average Cash Earnings and Housing starts GBP: Nationwide HPI m/m View more currency reports
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There are a number of cost components to making and receiving international payments, most of which are far from transparent to customers: Currency fees, Transit fees, Correspondent bank fees etc ⇒ read article
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