Yen Slides, Swiss Franc Slips, Pound Dips
The yen hit a fresh 2 1/2 year low on expectations that next week's Bank of Japan meeting will result in aggressive easing measures. [CNBC]
Disappointingly weak retail sales data sent the British pound lower. [FT]
With the euro on a roll, investors are dumping the safe-haven Swiss franc, which fell to its lowest level in 20 months. [FT]
The yuan rose after an encouraging GDP report, part of a wave of economic reports coming from China. [WSJ]
China's fourth quarter GDP was stronger than expected but still lower than in the past, and the Australian, New Zealand, and Canadian dollars slipped. [dailyfx.com]
Global use of the yuan is growing fast, new reports show. [CNBC]
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