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Exchange rates from European Bank 3pm CET

AUD1.6061Australian dollar
BGN1.9558Bulgarian lev
BRL4.1992Brasilian real
CAD1.4919Canadian dollar
CHF1.0867Swiss franc
CNY7.1537Chinese yuan
CZK27.023Czech koruna
DKK7.4632Danish krone
GBP0.73690Pound sterling
HKD8.7226Hong Kong dollar
HRK7.5535Croatian kuna
HUF313.95Hungarian forint
IDR15920.10Indonesian rupiah
ILS4.4248Israeli shekel
INR74.5011Indian rupee
JPY135.21Japanese yen
KRW1332.76South Korean won
MXN19.0198Mexican peso
MYR4.7391Malaysian ringgit
NOK9.3015Norwegian krone
NZD1.7766New Zealand dollar
PHP52.647Philippine peso
PLN4.2359Polish zloty
RON4.4403New Romanian leu
RUB75.8536Russian rouble
SEK9.4968Swedish krona
SGD1.5938Singapore dollar
THB40.250Thai baht
TRY3.3126Turkish lira
USD1.1255US dollar
ZAR15.1480South African rand

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News from money markets

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Sep 02, 2015

FX trade was relatively quiet in N.Y. trade on Wednesday, leaving the dollar flat to higher overall, though inside of narrow trading ranges. A nearly in-line ADP jobs report, a better than expected productivity revision, along with a factory orders miss, that was largely offset by upward back revisions, all combined to keep the dollar supported overall. Equities posted decent gains, making back roughly half of Tuesday's sharp losses while Treasury yields were range bound. EUR-USD ranged between 1.1250 and 1.1222, as USD-JPY plied a 119.95 to 120.35 band.


XE Market Analysis: North America - Sep 02, 2015

The dollar gained against most currencies today, most notably logging a six-year high versus the Aussie. Stock market sentiment improved but still remained wobbly. Japan's Nikkei closed 0.4% for the worse, and China's Shanghai Composite finished with a fractional 0.2% decline, though the tech-heavy Shenzhen Composite fared worse, ending 2% in the red. The pan-Europe STOXX 600 gave up early AM gains and was showing a 0.2% decline in early PM session.


XE Market Analysis: Europe - Sep 02, 2015

The dollar has traded firmer, logging a new six-year low below 0.7000 against the Aussie, and firming against euro and yen. Stock market sentiment improved, though Japan's Nikkei still closed 0.4% for the worse, and China's Shanghai Composite was volatile, rebound from a 4.7% intraday loss to a 0.3% before settling lower again, showing about a 1% net decline in late session. There were reports of official purchases in Chinese markets ahead of a military parade in Beijing tomorrow. EUR-USD dipped back below its 200-day moving average at 1.1288, logging a low at 1.1250.


XE Market Analysis: Asia - Sep 01, 2015

The dollar was relatively steady through the N.Y. session on Tuesday, though ultimately lost some ground to most major currencies. China, and indeed globally soft PMI's took Asian equities lower overnight, which quickly spilled over the European bourses and Wall Street. Sharp losses there impacted the dollar negatively, and weighed on oil prices in particular. Major U.S. indices were down in the 2.5% to 2.7% area at the time of this writing, which kept Treasury yields under wraps. U.S.


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