Forex News Today 3rd October 2016

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Forex News Today 3rd October 2016

Forex News Today 3rd October 2016 –

The US dollar was higher versus major currencies as Friday’s U.S. data continued to support concerns over sanctions against Deutsche Bank, so subscribe to Forex Signals by FxPremiere for daily sms and email alerts for all major pairs including Gold and Oil Signals.

EUR/USD placed at 0.09% to 1.1229.

USD/JPY was little changed at 101.41.

Market sentiment improved following reports late last week that Deutsche Bank News.

Forex Signals onlookers saw Investors were looking ahead to a report on U.K. manufacturing activity amid Brexit News.

The U.S. dollar index strength versus several of six major currencies, was up 0.11% at 95.49.

Sterling stumbles dollar goes up

Sterling stumbles but dollar goes up. Sterling hit seven week lows amid Britain’s deadline to begin its exit from the European Union.
GBP Sterling was down 0.5 percent at $1.2950 after it earlier touched $1.2900, its lowest level since Aug.
“The dollar looks firm versus the japanese yen after the 100 yen level. Forex Signals by FxPremiere are helping all forex news readers with market movements in the learning process and trading process.
Australia’s central bank is widely expected to hold its cash rate at a record low of 1.5 percent, a Reuters poll of 57 economists found on Friday, following cuts in August and May. Forex News Today concentrates on the US Dollar, Deutsche Bank and Alerts from the Prestigious FxPremiere Group for Forex Traders in all Categories, Beginner, Intermediate and Professional level

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