Last Friday brought the latest US Employment data and Manufacturing ISM, both of which comfortably exceeded expectations in headline terms though with softer underbelly as far as inflation related sub-data was concerned. Despite the latter, bond yields reversed a chunk of their post-FOMC falls and equities struggled to key positively off the data as a result, albeit the S&P and the Dow ended up slightly on the day. Higher US yields failed to offer support to the US Dollar, which ended Friday virtually unchanged in Index terms and slightly lower on the week (DXY -0.2%). The AUD was the best performing G10 currency last week, up 1% even after Friday’s 0.3% drop.
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