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Sterling little changed after mixed labour market data

By Samuel Indyk LONDON, Aug 16 (Reuters) - The British pound was little changed on Tuesday, having briefly fallen to its lowest level in over a week, after mixed data showed a jobs market that is still hot, although some early signs it may be starting to cool. Britain's unemployment rate held close to a half-century low, but the number of people employed grew less than expected in a Reuters poll and the number of job vacancies fell for the first time since mid-2020, the Office for National Stati
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China growth woes boost dollar, weigh down Aussie

By Kevin Buckland and Alun John TOKYO/HONG KONG, Aug 16 (Reuters) - The safe-haven U.S. dollar hit a one-week high on Tuesday after weak global economic data, particularly in China, reignited global recession fears and weighed on risk-friendly currencies like the Australian dollar. The dollar index =USD , which measures the greenback against six major peers, hit a peak of 106.81 in early European trading, regaining all its losses from last week when lower-than-expected U.S.
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Sterling falls vs dollar as focus turns to UK data

LONDON, Aug 15 (Reuters) - The British pound fell on Monday against a broadly stronger dollar at the start of a week where traders and the Bank of England (BoE) will get the latest insight into the strength of the labour market and price pressures. Focus is on jobs data on Tuesday and inflation figures on Wednesday, which could give a hint on whether the BoE opts for a second consecutive 50 basis point rate hike at its September meeting.
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Aussie, kiwi sink as China's recovery falters; yuan eases on surprise rate cut

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Aug 15 (Reuters) - The Australian and New Zealand dollars retreated from near two-month highs on Monday after a new batch of dissappointing data from China, a key trading partner, while the yuan weakened following a surprise rate cut. The greenback edged higher as traders continued to hawkish comments by Federal Reserve policymakers' against signs that U.S.
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Aussie, kiwi fall as China's recovery falters; yuan eases on surprise PBOC rate cut

By Kevin Buckland TOKYO, Aug 15 (Reuters) - The risk-sensitive Australian and New Zealand dollars retreated from near two-month highs against the greenback on Monday due to dissappointing data from China, a key trading partner, while the Chinese yuan weakened after a surprise cut in interest rates. The greenback edged higher as traders continued to weigh data that has raised the possibility that U.S.
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