Dollar Lifts, Euro Lags


Falling commodity prices are denting riskier currencies, but the dollar is just fine, thank you — time for your FX Fix.

Stronger than expected jobs statisticsare giving the dollar a lift against the euro and yen. [Reuters]

Bad news for commodities is good news for the dollar. []

Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank, would like the dollar stronger. [CNBC]

Latin American currencies are weakening on concerns about global economic growth. [Reuters]

The yen gave back some of yesterday's gains as Japan's Ministry of Finance said it is watching markets closely but not threatening intervention - yet. [WSJ]


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