The US Dollar is trying to reestablish itself into the end of the week, with the Buck getting a nice boost from Thursday's stronger than expected US retail sales reading. Of course, Thursday's discouraging European manufacturing prints haven't hurt the Dollar either. Trading conditions will be thin on Friday due to the holiday weekend.

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