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During the session, the euro fell below $ 1.22 against the dollar after German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she had not softened his position on the measures for the five EU countries that have requested international assistance. Also on the depreciation of the affected data from the EU. The rate of inflation in the euro zone was 2.4% in June, unchanged from last month. Indekc investor confidence in Germany, the region's largest economy, fell to -20 this month to -16.9 in June. Also, the data showed that the surplus in trade balance seasonally adjusted increase in May.
The euro fell to a six-week low against the yen after data on inflation in Europe in June pointed to signs of stagnation in June, which adds to concerns about the fact that the EU economy could enter into a state of recessive second time in three years.
The pound against the dollar during the entire session is rapidly declining, but in the last couple of hours a couple of shows a slight increase on the eve of release of data on retail sales in the U.S., which is expected to grow.
EUR/USD: during the European session, the pair fell to 1.2182 level, after which followed a small adjustment and the decline continued
GBP/USD: value pair fell to 1.5517, slightly recovered and continued to fall
USD/JPY: during the session at least a couple of updated Friday, reaching the values of 78.90 and now shows a slight increase
At 12:30 GMT, Canada will report the volume of transactions in foreign securities in May. At 12:30 GMT the U.S. manufacturing index released Empire Manufacturing for July, and report on changes in retail sales for June. At the same time becomes aware of change in retail sales, excluding auto sales in June, and the change of volume of retail trade sales, excluding cars and fuel for the month of June. Finish the day at 14:00 GMT U.S. data on the change in stocks in commercial warehouses for May.
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