Dollar Lifts, Aussie Slips, Poland Surprises
Gloom lifts the dollar and Poland's central bank surprises - it's time for your FX Fix.
The dollar rose as downbeat economic reports from China and Australia raised concerns about the global economy. [CNBC]
Australia's trade deficit, its worst since March 2008, sent the Australian and New Zealand dollars lower. [WSJ]
China's services PMI hit its lowest point since November 2010, weighing on the antipodean currencies. [fxstreet.com]
After falling on the Chinese and Australian economic reports, the euro steadied, underpinned by a decent purchasing managers' report. [dailyfx.com]
U.K. services activity expansion slowed, but the report had little effect on the British pound. [dailyfx.com]
Countering expectations, Poland's central bank kept interest rates unchanged. [WSJ]
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