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  • Reuters

    FOREX-Dollar up after strong US jobs data, takes back some losses from yen

    The dollar rose on Friday after new data showed U.S. job growth accelerated in November and the unemployment rate dropped, pointing to underlying strength in the labor market. The U.S. dollar index was last up 0.3% at 104.0, on track for a modest weekly gain after a bruising November, in which it shed 3%. The yen was 0.52% lower against the dollar at 144.35, following its biggest rally in almost a year the day before.

  • FX Empire

    USD/JPY Weekly Forecast – US Dollar Bounces Against the Japanese Yen After Initial Plunge

    The US dollar has broken down significantly during the course of the trading week, reaching down to the ¥141 level before bouncing quite drastically.

  • Bloomberg

    Yen Trading Volume Hits 2023 Record at Biggest Currency Exchange CME

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