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U.S. dollar lower amid the addition of more jobs

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The U.S. dollar dropped versus its main counterparts last week amid the economy in the U.S. having introduced more jobs.

U.S. dollar index trades 0.27% lower

The U.S. dollar index traded to 100.75, 0.27% weaker. During the week, the index weakened 0.68%.

As per the U.S. Labor Department, the economy added, for the month of November, 178,000 jobs, compared to the previous month, with the rate of unemployment falling 4.6% reaching its nine years weakest level.

The USD/JPY traded to 113.51, 0.52% lower while having gained for the week 0.77%. The EUR/USD traded at 1.0663.

The GBP/USD climbed to 1.2720, appreciating 1.02% and the EUR/GBP reached the 0.8381, falling 1.02%.

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Monday, 05 Dec, 2016 / 8:39

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