The Aussie and kiwi led the way among the major currencies, with the US dollar, pound, and yen all bringing up the rear together.

Weak US manufacturing data continue to pile up, with today’s Dallas Fed Manufacturing survey falling to -12.1, well below the estimated -2.0 reading.

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Gold extended its rally to five straight days, tacking on another 1% to close at a nearly 6-year high at $1415.

Friday’s G20 meeting in Osaka will be a major event for markets

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