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Exchange rates from European Bank 3pm CET

AUD1.5065Australian dollar
BGN1.9558Bulgarian lev
BRL3.6735Brasilian real
CAD1.4220Canadian dollar
CHF1.0633Swiss franc
CNY6.8027Chinese yuan
CZK27.053Czech koruna
DKK7.4609Danish krone
GBP0.70100Pound sterling
HKD8.4920Hong Kong dollar
HRK7.5955Croatian kuna
HUF308.93Hungarian forint
IDR14778.97Indonesian rupiah
ILS4.1420Israeli shekel
INR70.1571Indian rupee
JPY136.25Japanese yen
KRW1285.21South Korean won
MXN17.9459Mexican peso
MYR4.1837Malaysian ringgit
NOK8.9430Norwegian krone
NZD1.6577New Zealand dollar
PHP50.100Philippine peso
PLN4.1426Polish zloty
RON4.4083New Romanian leu
RUB65.3858Russian rouble
SEK9.4714Swedish krona
SGD1.5053Singapore dollar
THB38.436Thai baht
TRY3.0472Turkish lira
USD1.0955US dollar
ZAR13.8962South African rand

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XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jul 30, 2015

The dollar posted gains in N.Y. trade on Thursday, aided by a minor Q2 GDP miss, and an upwardly revised Q1 outcome. Weekly jobless claims meanwhile, were a touch lower than forecasts. The mix of data was good enough to keep a September rate hike on the table, which benefited the greenback. EUR-USD peaked at 1.0968 early on, before eventually slipping to 1.0893, a better than one-week low. USD-JPY peaked at 124.58, a nearly two-month high. USD-CAD made 1.3044 highs, with CAD selling seen ahead of Canadian GDP data on Friday. Cable meanwhile, fell to 1.5563 from highs over 1.5640.


XE Market Analysis: North America - Jul 30, 2015

EUR-USD extended post-FOMC declines, logging a new low for the week at 1.0942 in Europe. USD-JPY rallied to a fresh nine-day peak at 124.33. EUR-JPY also rebounded from a three-day low as the yen underperformed amid a backdrop of mostly firmer global stock markets as the Fed left the door to a September rate hike open without spooking equity investors. The Nikkei 225 index closed nearly 1% higher, and although China's markets dove in late trade, European markets rallied. See summary.



XE Market Analysis: Europe - Jul 30, 2015

The dollar has traded firmer in the wake of the FOMC statement, which was near expectations in indicating continued moderate growth in the economy and "solid" gains in jobs, so keeping September in play for rate lift-off without spooking equity markets. The S&P 500 closed 0.7% for the better, and the positive sentiment passed over to Asia, including China. EUR-USD, meanwhile, was driven back below 1.1000 as the dollar rallied, extending to a new low for the week at 1.0955 in Asia, and USD-JPY edged out a nine-day peak at 124.19.


XE Market Analysis: Asia - Jul 29, 2015

The dollar fell, rallied, then settled in to nearly unchanged after the FOMC announcement, where there were no surprises, and no hints dropped as to when rates might be raised. Ahead of the Fed, the FX market was relatively quiet, with only USD-CAD moving significantly after oil prices jacked up to one-week highs following a fall in U.S. inventories. The dollar dipped in the immediate aftermath of the FOMC statement though quickly moved higher after the dust settled.


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