FXstreet.com (Buenos Aires) - With most financial markets closed Friday, and many even next Monday because of Easter holidays, dollar is mixed ahead of the American Session: Euro remains extremely weak after extending decline to more than a three-week low against greenback of 1.3089 during last Asian Session. Rest of European currencies, as GBP and Swiss Franc, remain consolidating around this week lows. USD/JPY regain the 100.00 zone, confirming longer term upside bias.
Wall Street, close the week above the 8000 points key level past Thursday, (will remain closed today in observance of Good Friday) sending risk sensitive currencies to the upside, except for the mentioned Euro, that fell not only because the fundamental macroeconomic continued down turn seen early this week, but also probably because of some positioning squaring in the most trader pair of the world.
Very illiquid trading conditions are exacerbating movements across the board since yesterday, and with no major economic data scheduled either for today o next Monday, market will continue in such tone till next Tuesday.
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