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US Dollar Flat As Jobless Claims, Q1 GDP Push Investors to Seek Shelter

The US dollar is seesawing against many of its G10 currency counterparts on Thursday after the US government reported a worse-than-expected jobs report. Financial markets are also combing through the latest gross domestic product (GDP) figures for the first quarter. The latest developments could potentially force traders back into the greenback after two months of returning to stocks.

US Dollar Unfazed by Trump’s WHO, China Announcements

The US dollar was unfazed by President Donald Trump’s press conference on Friday. Global financial markets were on edge as many speculated drastic actions would be taken by the administration regarding China over trade and the situation in Hong Kong. Instead, the announcements were just confirmations of previous reports about his response to the World Health Organization (WHO) and Beijing.

US Dollar Weakens As Economy Lost Historic 20.5 Million Jobs in April

The US dollar is weakening against most of its G10 currency counterparts at the end of the trading week. All eyes were focused on the April jobs report as the national economy lost more than 20 million jobs last month. Is the worst over, or is the US bracing for the real economic storm?

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