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In the foreign exchange market, the Dollar Index has continued its recent strength. Today, the Index trades higher by 0.5% at 84.32 with the bulk of the dollar strength coming at the expense of Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar.
The AUDUSD pair is off by 120 pips near .9680 as trade pushes to a fresh 11-month low. The .9600 area reveals multi-year support for the pair which has ... More
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