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US Dollar recovers from low against the Yen

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Pound Sterling

The Pound halted a two-day slip against the Euro but is likely to soften on Tuesday if tomorrows GDP growth data comes in as economist expect and show that the UK economy expanded at a slower pace in the last quarter of 2013. Sterling managed to recover ground after last week’s slip.

US Dollar

The US Dollar has recovered from a seven-week low against the Japanese Yen as the markets stabilized following last week’s emerging market currency rout which saw the ‘Greenback’ hit another record high against the Turkish Lira and surged to multi-year highs against the South African Rand and Russian Ruble.

The Euro

The Euro is set to tick higher against a number of its most traded peers on Monday as investors raised their expectations for data to show that the business climate in Germany, the Eurozone’s biggest economy, improved this month.

Australian Dollar

The ‘Aussie’ recovered some ground after last week’s bout of selling lost momentum. The currency remains vulnerable due to lingering fears over emerging markets in the wake of a broad based selloff in stocks and emerging markets currencies on Friday. Trade is expected to be light due to the Australian market being shut for the Australia Day public holiday.

New Zealand Dollar

The New Zealand Dollar was little changed in local trading as investors spooked by problems in some emerging economies last week were reluctant to seek riskier assets. Trade is expected to be light today due to the nation’s major financial hub, Auckland, being closed for a public holiday.

Canadian Dollar

The Canadian Dollar managed to tick higher against the US Dollar after data showed that the pace of inflation in Canada picked up last month. The data eased some of the Bank of Canada’s concerns over weak price gains.

South African Rand

The Rand is close to a five-year low against the US Dollar as the markets look ahead to the South African Central Banks interest rate decision on Wednesday. The currency remains under heavy pressure from concerns over labour unrest at the nation’s platinum mines.