The dollar is moving sharply higher against most major currencies following the jobs report....
The dollar is moving sharply higher against most major currencies following the jobs report. It's the opposite of recent market action where, perversely, strong U.S. economic news saw the greenback drop as money moved into "risk" assets, of which the euro, the pound, and the aussie are now thought of. The euro -1.1%, pound -0.7%, aussie -0.4%, yen -1.1%. UUP +0.8% premarket.
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