The dollar traded close to a 2-1/2-month low on Friday and was on track for its heaviest weekly fall since 2009, as investors eyed U.S. employment data for justification of the view that the Federal Reserve will not raise rates in 2016.
The Bank of England has not seen any signs that UK companies are scaling back their investment plans because of uncertainty caused by the looming EU referendum, a top Bank official said.
American employers eased up on the gas last month, but still added jobs at a healthy enough pace to help calm fears that the economy is on the verge of falling into a recession.
Next Trading Day's Important Events
- USDJPY: 116.62
- EURUSD: 1.1199
- S&P 500: 1,915.45
- NASDAQ : 4,509.6