The US final manufacturing PMI rose to 57.3 in June, which was the highest since
Traders await US private sector employment data due later in the day, ahead of key nonfarm payrolls data tomorrow.
On the economic front, the monetary base in
Seasonally adjusted, the monetary base climbed 40.0% to
The yen fell to a 5-day low of 101.64 against the greenback from Tuesday's closing quote of 101.51. If the yen extends slide, 102.2 is seen as next support level.
The yen slipped to 174.30 against the pound, a level unseen in 2014. The pair finished Tuesday's trading at 174.07. The next possible downside target for the yen lies around the 175.00 mark.
The yen that ended Tuesday's trading at 114.33 against the franc and 138.85 against the euro dropped to 114.48 and 139.02, respectively. Next key downside target for the yen is seen around 115.00 against the franc and 140.00 against the euro.
The yen slipped to 95.53 against the Canadian dollar, its lowest since
Looking ahead, the
The US ADP employment data for June and factory orders for May are set for release in the
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