The dollar climbed against the euro and yen on Thursday as global investors tentatively stepped back into riskier equities.» Read More
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Hot money flows into the Australian dollar, which got a further boost on Thursday from a surprise increase in job numbers for July, has some market watchers questioning whether the currency’s rise is out of “whack” with economic fundamentals. But one strategist argues that the Aussie’s performance is not surprising from past trends.