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The US dollar ended this week with gains even though it looked like fundamentals were against the US currency. The greenback was particularly strong against the euro, and this was surprising considering the progress in the situation with Greece. At the same time, the dollar was unable to beat the Great Britain pound.
Euro is heading higher for now, gaining ground against its major counterparts. After a great deal of political theater, a bailout deal has been reached with Greece, and there is news that euro-denominated emerging market issuance is heading it its highest level in a decade. All of this is points to a calm for the euro, but it may not last long.
The Canadian dollar fell against its US counterpart today despite positive macroeconomic data from Canada. The currency also retreated against the Japanese yen but gained on the very weak euro.
Today’s data from the United States was rather mixed but it did not prevent the US dollar from demonstrating an impressive rally. The currency rose to the highest level in a month against the euro.