Chinese GDP disappoints and Singapore is tightening its purse strings - it's time for your Friday FX Fix.
Spanish banks are relying heavily on European Central Bank lending, new data showed, and the euro slipped. [CNBC]
At 8.1%, China's GDP growth fell short of expectations, and the dollar rose as risk appetite waned. [CNBC ]
The Chinese GDP data also took some steam out of the Australian dollar, which was up ahead of the report. [theaustralian.com]
The Singapore dollar rose after the government, in a surprise, said it will tighten monetary policy to counter inflation pressures. [CNBC]
North Korea's failed rocket launch sent the South Korean won higher. [WSJ]
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