Dollar posting weekly drop ahead of holiday weekend

Currencies are trading in narrow ranges ahead of the Fourth of July holiday. The dollar is set to post a weekly drop following Jobs data yesterday.

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  • USD
    The dollar headed for a weekly drop following improved sentiment in the wake of Jobs numbers released yesterday. Upbeat tone is tempered as coronavirus cases are on the rise across the US.
    GBP

    The pound is lower in thin trading ahead of the holiday weekend. The EU and UK are expected to return to negotiations next week.

    EUR
    The euro ticked up 0.1% on the week following last week’s climb. Quarterly pace of economic contraction slowed to 0.2% in June which was better than expected.
    CAD

    Sliding oil prices weighed on the Canadian dollar as the currency slipped versus its US counterpart.

    ASIA/PACIFIC

    The yen is range bound in thin trading ahead of the holiday weekend and is ending the week stronger versus the dollar.

    China’s offshore yuan eked out its biggest weekly gain (+0.24%) in four on an uptick in manufacturing purchasing managers’ index adding to signs that the economy is rebounding.

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