On Thursday the popular greenback stayed near the 60 days top against the euro. That fact was backed by sustained strength in weaker-than-expected data out of Europe and core U.S. inflation. The euro was exchanging under the important level of around $1.10 level at $1.1280.
While the U.S. inflation noted its slowest pace in almost 2 years last month, investors concentrated on the core price measure, that went up for the third straight month.
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Daily Analysis - 14/02/2019