Earnings lift risk appetite, Spain says it needs a little help from its friends - it's time for your FX Fix.
Better than expected corporate earnings in Europe and Asia ifted risk appetite and sent the dollar lower. [FT]
The yen drifted off its one-week high against the dollar on a general improvement in risk appetite. [CNBC]
Spain's prime minister said the country needs European Union help to meet its budget goals, and the euro rose. [dailyfx.com]
Unemployment in the euro zone hit a record high in September. [WSJ]
The Swiss National Bank has sharply curtailed its purchases of euros to keep the Swiss franc in check. [WSJ]
Norway's central bank said it does not plan to sell krone and buy foreign currency for the country's sovereign wealth fund. and the krone rose. [WSJ]
China's central bank guided the yuan to another record high close. [WSJ]
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