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Common currency is suppressed by German surge fears

Common currency is suppressed by German surge fears

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On Thursday, the common currency nursed losses versus the evergreen buck having slumped to a 22-month minimum on a shocking dive in a leading gauge of economic activity in Germany, boosting fears a deceleration in the EU’s number one economy.

In April, German business morale decreased, bucking hopes for a minor improvement due to the fact trade tensions put pressure on the German economy, thus leaving domestic demand to underpin decelerating surge.

The evergreen buck went up to a 23-month peak of 98.189 versus a group of major counterparts overnight having surged over 0.5%, mostly backed by the euro's weakness. By the way, the index last traded a bit lower, demonstrating a reading of 98.096.

In fact, yesterday's strength of the evergreen buck was quite exaggerated by the weakness in other countries, except America, as some analysts explained.

The common currency hit $1.1153, having faced its greatest one-day dive versus the evergreen buck since early March when the ECB pushed back its plans for the first post-crisis interest rate lift.

Besides this, the euro also decreased by about 0.4% versus the Japanese yen overnight, hitting 125.125.

The Japanese yen headed south to a 2019 minimum of 112.40 yen per greenback for the last session, with investors eyeing a BOJ policy decision later on Thursday for trading prompts.

The BOJ is anticipated to keep monetary policy on hold on Thursday and forecast that inflation is going to fall short of its 2% objective for three more years, indicating that its huge stimulus will persist for the near future.

The evergreen buck dived a bit versus the Japanese yen, hitting 112.12 yen.

As for the Australian dollar, it stood still, sticking with $0.7017.



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