The Greeks talk to creditors, the British have a jobs problem, and Indonesia gets a lift - it's time for your FX Fix.
The euro rose after comments from Fitch and reports that the IMF might boost its funding capabilities. [CNBC]
Greece's upcoming meeting with creditors to try and break a deadlock in talks to stave off default weighed on the dollar. [Marketwatch]
British unemployment hit a sixteen-year high, but the pound shrugged off the news. [actionforex.com]
Moody's raised Indonesia's credit rating to investment grade, and the rupiah rose. [CNBC]
The Chinese are deciding where to open another offshore yuan trading center, and trading volumes are up. [CNBC]
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