The Australian and New Zealand dollars both faced pressure last week as global growth concerns continued to limit the appeal of risk-sensitive currencies.
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By Philip McHugh on January 21, 2019
The euro softened last week, with the single currency continuing to face pressure over concerns over slowing growth in the Eurozone.The euro softened last week, with the single currency continuing to face pressure over concerns over slowing growth in the Eurozone.