FXstreet.com (Buenos Aires) - At the end of U.S. session dollar was down against most rivals except Gbp. Strong global manufacturing data in euro zone, the U.K and the U.S., lead investors to riskier assets, with commodities strongly up: oil closed the day barely under past year high of $ 82.00 per barrel, while gold managed to regain the $1120/oz level. Wall Street ended also up, with DJIA +1.5% and S&P up 1.6%, advancing gains for Asian share markets.
EUR/USD managed to hold above the 1.4400 area, thus still capped under past week high of 1.4460; USD/JPY fell to an intraday low of 92.15 and rebound back to the current 92.40 area; GBP/USD end the day under 1.6100, losing ground ahead of BOEs' monetary policy later this week. Finally, Swiss Franc remains strong, reaching a fresh 9 month low against Euro at the 1.4807 level, and ending the day under 1.0300 against dollar, and holding the bullish momentum the currency had for the past two weeks.