Caution ahead of America’s monthly jobs report caused the U.S. dollar to shift into neutral. The dollar has spent the better part of the week consolidating a 3-week winning streak since the U.S. presidential election that has propelled it to 13-year highs on a trade-weighted basis. Dollar underpinnings could find some strengthening if today’s nonfarm payrolls report shows another month of strong job creation. Forecasts call for November job growth of around 175,000 and unemployment to steady at a healthy 4.9 percent. The data will offer the last major glimpse of the U.S. economy before the FedRead the full report
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