The U.S. dollar wavered within the upper
The euro was quoted at
The dollar flattened out against the yen in
Despite positive June U.S. jobs data released Thursday, many market participants believe that Fed chair
While nonfarm payrolls grew significantly and the jobless rate shrank in June, other figures Yellen has indicated that she follows such as wage growth and labor participation have not caught up.
The minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee's June policy meeting are set to offer clarity on the Fed's mindset, so trading is subdued leading up to their release on Wednesday, Kadota said.
Expecting the minutes will show some degree of split opinions, Kadota said the "key point is how (Fed policymakers) have been debating their exit strategy from loose monetary policy, and their time line for the exit."
The dollar is heavily supported at around
The rest of the week brings the posting of U.S. companies' April-June quarter earnings reports, which depending on their contents could provoke stock selling and bond buying, putting pressure on the dollar, said
The euro was little changed against the dollar after a slight gain overnight.
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