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Euro FX Jun '23 (E6M23)
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Euro FX Futures Market News and Commentary

Dollar Slides as T-note Yields Fall on U.S. Jobless Claims Jump

The dollar index (DXY00) on Thursday tumbled to a 2-week low and finished down by -0.72%.  The dollar retreated Thursday after U.S. weekly initial unemployment claims jumped to a 19-month high and knocked T-note yields lower.  Also, expectations for the Fed to pause its rate hike campaign at next week’s FOMC meeting undercut the dollar.  The market expects only a 28% chance that the Fed will raise the fed funds target range by 25 bp next week.

U.S. weekly initial unemployment claims rose +28,000 to a 19-month high of 261,000, showing a weaker labor market than expectations of 235,000.

EUR/USD (^EURUSD) on Thursday rallied to a 2-week high and finished up by +0.74%.  Dollar weakness Thursday gave the euro a boost.  Also, central bank divergence is boosting the euro on the prospects for the Fed to pause raising interest rates next week while the ECB continues to raise rates.  EUR/USD rallied Thursday despite a downward revision to Eurozone Q1 GDP.

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