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US dollar rises as US nonfarm payrolls plummets to historic lows
3rd April
  • US dollar index rose after the Bureau of Labour Statistics released March NFP data.
  • The economy lost more than 701k jobs in March while the unemployment rate rose to 4.4% from 3.5%
  • The average number of hours and the average hourly earnings dropped and it could get worse

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