Tuesday, October 22, 2013

US Dollar Slightly Up

(Reuters) - The dollar recovered a little from an eight-month low and shares began cautiously on Tuesday as investors anticipate the delayed U.S. jobs data. The US dollar has been battered lately by a budget fight in Washington that put the country close to a default and by the Fed opposed cutting its stimulus in September.

By 0800 GMT the US dollar was holding up 0.1% at $1.3674 against the euro, off an 8-month low of $1.3704 marked on Friday, and gained by similar margin against the yen, at 98.31 yen, adding to Monday's 0.4 percent bounce.

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