It was a quiet day for the US dollar, with only the revised non-farm productivity data due; the figures reported were as expected. The US dollar did see sharp movements against sterling in the morning as sterling strengthened following a poll that suggested that the ‘Remain’ campaign was now leading.
A very similar story is expected today, with only the JOLTS job openings data expected in terms of significant data. There is a slight drop predicted for these from the previous month’s figures. Otherwise, events elsewhere could have a larger impact on the US dollar’s performance today.
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