Australia holds steady on rates, and the euro and dollar dip - it's time for your FX Fix.
Both the euro and the dollar slipped on
Euro zone producer price inflation slowed, giving the European Central Bank another possible reason to cut interest rates. [WSJ]
Disappointing U.S. manufacturing data raised investors' hopes for stimulus measures and sent the Canadian dollar higher. [dailyfx.com]
As strategists await a possible stimulus injection by the Bank of England, several say the pound is on solid ground regardless. [CNBC]
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