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Speculators cut short dollar bets in latest week - CFTC, Reuters data

Dec 2 (Reuters) - Speculators cut their net short U.S. dollar positions in the latest week, according to calculations by Reuters and U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday. The value of the net short dollar position was $938 million in the week ended Nov. 29, compared with a net short of $1.82 billion the previous week. The Reuters calculation for the aggregate U.S.
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Dollar gives back gains, strong wage growth complicates Fed policy

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The dollar dipped on Friday as a Federal Reserve official said rate hikes are likely to slow and as investors took profits from earlier gains after jobs data and wage inflation were surprisingly strong in November and muddied the outlook for how hawkish the U.S. central bank will be.
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C$ posts weekly decline as U.S. jobs data rattles investors

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.4% against the greenback * For the week, the loonie was down 0.8% * Canada adds 10,100 jobs in November * Canadian bond yields ease across curve By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against its U.S. counterpart on Friday as domestic jobs data caused few surprises, while a stronger-than-expected U.S.
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C$ adds to weekly decline despite domestic jobs gain

* Canadian dollar weakens 0.2% against the greenback * For the week, the loonie was on track to fall 0.6% * Canada adds 10,100 jobs in November * Canadian bond yields rise across curve TORONTO, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against its broadly stronger U.S. counterpart on Friday as investors weighed U.S. and Canadian jobs data for its impact on the pace of central bank interest rate hikes.
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Dollar jumps as wage growth spurs hawkish Fed bets

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The dollar jumped on Friday after data showed that U.S. employers added more jobs than expected in November while average hourly earnings also increased, potentially giving the Federal Reserve more incentive to raise interest rates. Employers added 263,000 jobs in November, well above estimates of 200,000. Average hourly earnings jumped by 0.6% in the month, above expectations for a 0.3% gain.
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