The yen gets a break and oil prices take down the loonie -it's time for your FX Fix.
Reports that Greece may need additional bailouts funds and glum unemployment data from Spain sent the euro lower. [fxstreet.com]
The yen got a respite from its slide as traders questioned hether the dollar's gains will last. [FT]
An impending ban in some debt-derivatives trading in the European Union could send the euro on a rough ride. [WSJ]
Sliding oil prices sent the Canadian dollar lower. [RTT]
The Royal Bank of Scotland placed an FX trader on leave, and sources said it was related to the probe into Libor rate setting. [WSJ]
Could Finland leave the euro zone? [CNBC]
Buoyed by World Bank approval of its regulatory reforms, Burundi is hoping for hard currency from donors o shore up its franc, which is down 10 percent this year. [CNBC]
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