US FX Handover – 30 April 2019
Matt Weller, CFA, CMT April 30, 2019 8:44 PM
- The Federal Reserve’s semi-quarterly monetary policy meeting concludes tomorrow, with potential for a technical adjustment to the IOER but little else of substance expected.
- Canadian GDP came in a bit soft at -0.1% m/m in February, but the loonie was nonetheless the second-strongest major currency on the day, trailing only the British pound.
- The Aussie and US dollar were the weakest major currencies on the day.
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