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Dollar near one-week high as traders prepare for Powell, payrolls tests

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar stuck close to a one-week high on Wednesday, holding on to gains from a three-day rally, as investors braced for comments from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell later and a crucial monthly jobs report at the end of the week. The euro hovered near a one-week low after German and Spanish consumer price figures came in weaker than expected, triggering a lowering of rate hike bets for the European Central Bank and pointing a spotlight at
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Yen gains before Powell speech, Aussie jumps

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Nov 29 (Reuters) - The greenback edged lower against the Japanese yen on Tuesday with Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell due to speak on Wednesday, while the Aussie dollar jumped as sentiment improved on hopes that China would reopen from COVID shutdowns. Powell’s comments will be evaluated for any new signs of hawkishness, with key jobs data for November due on Friday.
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Aussie jumps on China reopening hopes

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Nov 29 (Reuters) - The Aussie bounced back on Tuesday as sentiment improved on hopes that China would reopen from COVID shutdowns that have increased fears about global growth, while the U.S. dollar dipped slightly against the euro and yen. China will speed up COVID-19 vaccinations for elderly people, health officials said on Tuesday, aiming to overcome a key stumbling block in efforts to ease unpopular "zero-COVID" curbs.
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Dollar rebounds on Fed expectations, Aussie drops

By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The dollar clawed back earlier losses on Monday as a hawkish Federal Reserve official laid out the case for further rate hikes, while the Australian dollar sank on concerns about unrest over COVID-19 restrictions in China. The greenback rebounded in early U.S. trading and added to gains after St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said the U.S.
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Dollar rebounds on Fed expectations, Aussie drops

* Graphic: World FX rates Link By Karen Brettell NEW YORK, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The dollar clawed back from earlier losses on Monday as a hawkish Federal Reserve official laid out the case for further rate hikes, while the Australian dollar sank on concerns about unrest over COVID restrictions in China. The greenback rebounded in early U.S. trading and added to gains after St.
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