Like an action movie tagline: it’s a race against time for the dollar to stir volatility before 2014 runs out of liquidity.
The Euro started to slip versus the US Dollar by the end of the week as investors reconsidered their views on the Fed’s December meeting. The Fed’s elusive taper decision will keep market participants on their toes this week.
The Australian Dollar’s fate rests in the hands of the US Federal Reserve as the markets zero in on next week’s pivotal FOMC monetary policy announcement.
Gold prices were firmer on the week with the previous metal climbing 0.60% to trade at $1235 ahead of the New York close on Friday.
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