If we look at the performance in the major currencies since the weekly open, with the exception of the Pound, all are confined to well within 1% of weekly opening levels. Still, the broad direction has been Dollar bearish, perhaps having something to do with the softer round of inflation data out of the US this week.

Performance v. US dollar this week

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