Forecasts & opinions
The US dollar was trading lower against most of the major peers during the US session on Friday and the dollar index was down 0.1%, hovering near 96.25.
Earlier in the session, the US Department of Labor announced that the US economy created 250,000 new jobs in October, way above the expected 190,000 and more than double the 118,000 in September. The unemployment rate remained unchanged and stayed at 3.7%.
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