Japan's services sector activity rose at the fastest rhythm within a period of 19 months to March, thus enabling businesses to charge more for their products, a survey showed today.
The precious metal, gold, trades firmly during the European trading session, thus expanding its wins for the third consecutive day, as the traders pay attention to Xi Jinping, China's President, and Donald Trump' upcoming meeting.
The Australian dollar dropped, as the nation's central bank held interest rates stable ahead of Trump's, U.S. President, meeting with Xi Jinping. The AUD/USD currency pair trades to 0.7580.
Euro zone's manufacturing PMI remained at 56.2 and matched the economists' and the analysts' predictions. The region's rate of unemployment declined from 9.6% to 9.5%.
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