Purchasing managers’ indices in the euro-zone all came better than expected, yet EUR/USD cannot hold above 1.30. After a short run higher, the pair falls down once again.
A significant part of the fall can be blamed on the Swiss National Bank, that didn’t act to further weaken the Swiss franc against the euro.
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