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U.S. dollar weakens on employment data

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The U.S. dollar dropped versus its counterparts on Friday, amid the disappointing employment data in the U.S. for the month of September, and the aggressive declination, ''flash-crash'', of the sterling.

The economy in the U.S. introduces 156,000 jobs

The economy in the U.S. introduced 156,000 jobs, below August's 167,000 gain, with the unemployment rate ticking up to 5.0%, as per the Labor Department last week.

The analysts and the economists estimated the jobless rate to reach the rate of 4.9% and the new jobs to approach the number of 176,000. The U.S. dollar index traded 0.1% lower at 96.65.

Following the sterling's initial crash, the GBP/USD approached the 1.2436 zone, having performed a drop of 1.5%.

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Monday, 10 Oct, 2016 / 8:34

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