Dollar against the euro, yen Respond to the U.S. employment rose less than expected.
Appreciation of the U.S. dollar, reaching the highest level in three years, the U.S. response to disclose employment numbers rose more than expected in June. York. Which prompted many to speculate that the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) stimulus money will start to slow down. After the U.S. reported that employment did not last long. Dollar appreciated 0.7% against the euro to $ 1.2831 per euro and touched the risen 0.8% against the yen at 100.88 yen.
The dollar soared to its highest level since 2553 after the U.S. Department of Labor's employment numbers. Period, including the agricultural sector. York. Position that increased 195,000, while the unemployment rate remained unchanged at 7.6%.
The U.S. employment numbers in the past month rose more than analysts anticipated to grow at a position 165,000 after increasing 175,000 positions in May. York.