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TRADING THE NEWS TODAY: AMANDA CASTLE

GBP/USD 1.27490 10:10 06.12
EUR/USD 1.07644 10:10 06.12
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Rio Tinto 3011.250 10:00 06.12
LLOYDS Bank 58.576 10:00 06.12
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Barclays 218.555 10:00 06.12
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USD/CHF 1.00659 10:00 06.12
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Tesco 210.805 10:00 06.12
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NZD/CHF 0.71713 10:00 06.12
CAD/CHF 0.75932 10:00 06.12
NZD/USD 0.71245 10:00 06.12
SUGAR (11)-MAR17 19.3350 10:00 06.12
EUR/AUD 1.44666 10:00 06.12
CAD/JPY 86.098 10:00 06.12
AUD/USD 0.74427 10:00 06.12
AUD/JPY 84.945 10:00 06.12
GBP/USD 1.27491 10:00 06.12
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Jobs claims falling, boosting the Dollar.

The U.S Jobs claim fell another 21000 applicants unexpectedly. Reports showing the number of applicants filing for the initial jobless benefits has declined majorly since November 15th. With this week-to-week data to follow we should see a stronger hold for the US Dollar. On a side note to the Jobs report, The dollar has pushed to a four month high against the Yen.

All this data came after the Federal Reserve’s October meeting stating that if the economy continues to improves as it is, they will start to scale back on the banks stimulus program. Investors will be monitoring the Dollar closely against its nine other currencies.

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