The Dollar was lower overall in N.Y. trade on Friday, seeing the DXY fall to three-month lows, and within 2 points of printing a 2.5 year low. The was no U.S. data to end the week, and the session was relatively quiet overall, as many U.S. participants remained out following Thursday’s Thanksgiving holiday. Wall Street closed early, ending higher, with the NASDAQ outperforming, advancing 0.92%. The S&P 500 was up 0.24% , while the Dow lagged, gaining 0.13% . Treasury yields were lower. EUR-USD rallied from 1.1914 to 1.1962, while USD-JPY was rangebound between 104.22 and 103.97.
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