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The euro falls into a negotiation without stimuli

The euro falls into a negotiation without stimuli

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The euro fell on Monday in a negotiation devoid of stimuli because US markets remain closed and due to the strength of the dollar given the figures of the US economy that were published last week.

The single currency was changed at 4:00 p.m. GMT to $ 1,1082, compared to $ 1,1091 in the last hours of the European trading of the foreign exchange market of the previous day.

The European Central Bank (ECB) today set the reference exchange rate of the euro at $ 1.1085.

In the US today is a holiday for Martin Luther King Day and the markets remain closed and without impulses, at the beginning of a week in which the ECB Governing Council meets, but new monetary policy decisions are ruled out, so that the euro will change in a narrow band against the dollar as before.

The fluctuation band of the euro against the dollar today ranged between 1.1077 and 1.102 dollars.

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