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During the day, the dollar rose against the euro and yen, as it was reported that the central banks of the stimulus package set aside for the future. Also, it became known, the yield of U.S. Treasury bonds reached its highest level in more than a month, while attracting investors.
The euro fell against most major currencies as the European Central Bank economists have cut growth forecast for the region in 2013 to 0.6% from 1%.
Pound throughout the day showed a stable decline, as the published data showed that the trade surplus in June fell more than expected.
The yen traded erratically against the dollar after the Bank of Japan refrained from increasing incentives. Bank of Japan kept its fund asset purchases of $ 45 trillion yen and lending funds to 25 trillion yen bag are his work. But the Japanese yen lost won against the dollar position after data showed that the U.S. trade deficit fell more than expected, as falling oil prices helped reduce the import of the state. The deficit was reduced by 11% in June to $ 42.9 billion, which was the lowest figure since December 2010.
New Zealand dollar fell after a report showed that the unemployment rate unexpectedly rose to 6.8%, which is a two-year maximum. In the first quarter, the figure was 6.7%.
The Australian dollar strengthened against most of the 16 major currencies. As shown by the data, the number of people employed in the country increased by 14,000 in July, compared with analysts' expectations at 10,000. The unemployment rate fell to 5.2% compared with the revised figure in June at 5.3%.
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