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The U.S. dollar drifted lower against European major counterparts in Europe on Monday. The greenback slipped to an 8-1/2-month low of 1.1501 against the euro and near a 3-week low of 0.9563 against the franc, from its early highs of 1.1448 and 0.9605, respectively. The greenback dropped to 1.4696...

Reversing direction, the Australian dollar climbed against its major rivals in European trading on Monday. The aussie rebounded to 1.5016 against the euro, 0.9578 against the loonie, 1.0892 against the kiwi and 81.48 versus the yen, from its 3-week low of 1.5097, 5-1/2-month low of 0.9524, 2-month...

The Canadian dollar trimmed its early losses against most major counterparts in European trading on Monday. The loonie was trading at 1.2524 against the greenback, 85.14 against the yen and 1.4371 against the euro, from its early low of 1.2559, 2-week low of 84.52 and an 11-day low of 1.4419, respectively. If...

The Canadian dollar lost ground against the other major currencies in early European trading on Monday, following a decline in oil prices on increased oil production in Iraq in April, adding to signs over supply glut in market. Crude for June delivery fell $0.32 to $45.60 per barrel. Iraqi exports...

The euro strengthened against the other major currencies in the early European session on Monday, after data showed that Eurozone manufacturing growth improved marginally in April. Traders also await the comments from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, due later in the day. Data from...

At 4:00 am ET Monday, Markit released its April manufacturing PMI for the eurozone. After the data, the euro changed little against its major rivals. As of 4:01 am ET, the euro was trading at 0.7843 against the pound, 1.1001 against the Swiss franc, 1.1469 against the U.S. dollar and 122.06 against the yen.

At 3:45 am ET Monday, Markit Economics is due to release its manufacturing PMI figures for Italy. PMI reports for France and Germany are due at 3:50 am ET and 3:55 am ET, respectively. The manufacturing PMI for the Eurozone is due 4:00 am ET. Ahead of the reports, the euro showed mixed trading against...

After the release of Switzerland's SVME manufacturing PMI for April at 3:30 am ET Monday, the franc changed little against the other major currencies. The franc was trading at 1.1001 against the euro, 1.4020 against the pound, 110.85 against the yen and 0.9597 against the greenback around 3:31 am ET.

At 3:15 am ET Monday, the Federal Statistical Office has released Swiss retail sales for March. After the data, the franc changed little against its major rivals. The franc was trading at 1.0997 against the euro, 1.4034 against the pound, 110.94 against the yen and 0.9596 against the greenback around...

At 3:15 am ET Monday, the Federal Statistical Office releases Swiss retail sales for March. Sales had fallen 0.2 percent year-on-year in February. Ahead of the data, the franc declined against its major rivals. The franc was worth 1.0995 against the euro, 1.4044 against the pound, 111.00 against...

The pound came off from its previous lows against most major currencies in pre-European deals on Monday. The pound recovered to 1.4628 against the dollar, 1.4030 against the franc and 0.7837 against the euro, off its early low of 1.4581, 10-day lows of 1.3958 and 0.7856, respectively. The pound...

The Malaysian ringgit weakened against the U.S. dollar in the pre-European session on Monday. Against the greenback, the ringgit fell to a 5-day low of 3.9210 from an early high of 3.9080. At Friday's close, the ringgit was trading at 3.9140 against the greenback. If the ringgit extends its downtrend,...

The euro strengthened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Monday. The euro rose to nearly a 7-month high of 1.1481 against the U.S. dollar and a 3-week high of 1.5089 against the Australian dollar, from Friday's closing quotes of 1.1445 and 1.5047, respectively. Against...

EURUSD1-042916.jpg The dollar is adding to yesterday's losses against the Euro and the Japanese Yen following the release of some weaker than expected U.S. economic data this morning. Consumer sentiment, personal spending and the Chicago PMI all fell short of expectations. The buck took a significant hit yesterday after...

The Brazilian Real spiked up against the U.S. dollar in New York trading on Friday. The Brazilian Real that ended yesterday's trading at 3.4870 against the greenback advanced to near a 9-month high of 3.4303. The Brazilian currency may find resistance around the 3.2 zone.

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