The euro slips on debt worries and the dollar dips awaiting Bernanke - it's' time for your FX Fix.
As investors focused on the prospect of more stimulus talk this week from Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, the dollar slipped against the yen. [Reuters]
Improving global sentiment and stronger stocks lifted the Australiandollar, but traders said it may not last. [WSJ]
The euro eased on concerns about the debt crisis, but the move was tempered by hopes that Fed Chairman
Germany's top court will keep markets waiting and announce its verdict on the new tools for fighting the euro debt crisis in September. [Reuters]
Singapore could become another offshore center for the Chinese yuan, joining Hong Kong. [FT]
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