Safe Haven Currencies Lift, Aussie Slips
Jobs data and elections curb risk appetite and Australia is downbeat - it's time for your FX Fix.
Looming elections in France and Greece, along with weak service-sector data, dented the euro. [CNBC]
The dollar rose ahead of the release of the latest employment report. [FT]
The yen rose on risk aversion ahead of the nonfarm payroll report. [RTT]
China said the U.S. agreed to include the yuan in the International Monetary Fund's basket of currencies. [CNBC]
Days after a large interest rate cut, Australia's central bank lowered its growth and inflation forecasts and the Australian dollar slipped. [WSJ]
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