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The strong U.S. economy was behind the dollar's rally, so signs of slowing are hurting the dollar.
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#Economy #Signs #Rally

The jobs report only goes part of the way toward confirming slower U.S. growth. It is not enough to push the euro up to 97 cents anytime soon.
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#Jobs

Most market participants didn't believe there would be ECB intervention, let alone coordinated intervention with the United States.
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#United States

There has been some unwinding of the premium attached to the dollar. There are limits to how far the euro will rally, but the United States has more room to slow than Europe, which could take more wind out of the dollar's sails.
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#United States #Europe

Buying euros and selling yen is a better way to trade the euro recovery story.
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#Yen

The FOMC is likely to see balanced risks in the economy, with the threat of a sharp slowdown about equal to the threat of inflation.
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#Inflation #Economy #Slowdown

In the past, a number like that could have hurt the euro. But sentiment has changed now with the euro trending higher.
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#Sentiment

In general, we are still looking for a deteriorating fundamental backdrop. The Nikkei stock average continues to struggle, which is complicating a difficult situation with financial balance sheets.
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#Struggle

In recent years, the U.S. economy has consistently outperformed expectations.
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#Economy

The annual deficit is going to get some press, given it's a new record. But it's not going to surprise economists and foreign exchange markets who have been following this for a while.
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#Economists

It's not helpful for the dollar, but again, it's not much of a surprise.
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#Surprise