Greek Hopes Lift the Euro, China Report Hits the Aussie
JPMorgan's loss dents risk appetite, and Chinese data disappoints - it's time for your Friday FX Fix.
The euro climbed off its lows on hopes that a new Greek government may be formed before long. [CNBC]
Banks are quietly preparing themselves for trading a new Greek currency, experts say. [CNBC]
The Australian and New Zealand dollars fell after China reported sharply weakening industrial production. [CNBC]
A massivetrading lossat JPMorgan is curbing risk appetite, and the safe-haven yen rose in Asian trading. [dailyfx.com]
After two weeks of declines, the Canadian dollar was trading below parity ahead of the latest Canadian employment report. [WSJ]
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