Money in Motion

Euro Slips, Australian Dollar Gets a Lift

China's unhappy, Europe gets a reality check, Australians are getting jobs - it's time for your FX Fix.

The euro slipped after the European Central Bank warned about including bondholders in bailouts. [CNBC]

Stronger than expected jobs data lifted the Australian dollar. [WSJ]

The Australian jobs data and optimism about progress toward a euro zone debt deal lifted the South Korean won. [WSJ]

Disappointing Chinese trade data led investors to seek safe havens, and the dollar lifted. [FT]

The Chinese yuan moved lower after the central bank set a weaker mid-point, possibly signaling displeasure with the currency bill now in Congress. [Reuters]



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