Unprecedented easing policies by the Bank of Japan and European Central Bank are bearing fruit in the world’s biggest market, sending the yen to an almost six-year low and the euro to its longest ever weekly losing streak.
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rose to a 14-month high amid prospects for higher U.S. interest rates and before data forecast to show employers boosted payrolls in August.
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