The Jackson Hole confab looms and German business is less bad than feared - it's time for your FX Fix.
With the Jackson Hole economic symposium looming, the dollar is treading water. [marketwatch.com]
A German business survey was not as bad as expected, lifting the euro slightly. [CNBC]
The Olympics didn't lift the British pound, but it has now risen above its 200-day moving average against the dollar. [seekingalpha.com]
The Australian dollar slipped along with Chinese industrial profits, but traders said hopes for more stimulus moves in the U.S. and Europe could push it higher. [WSJ]
The New Zealand dollar also traded lower, but hopes for more action from central banks kept it rangebound. [WSJ]
Have commodity currencies already priced in all the good news out there? [fxstreet.com]
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