• Gold up $30 to $2331
  • WTI crude down 13-cents to $78.47
  • US 10-year yields down 2.3 bps to 4.21%
  • CHF leads, GBP lags
  • S&P 500 flat

The US dollar continued its climb early in the North American session with the euro and pound under particular pressure but those moves later reversed to finish final hours of the week flat. The Australian and Canadian dollar followed a similar path, recovering a portion of the losses that peaked at 10 am ET.

Some of the dollar selling came after a softer UMich sentiment survey, highlighting the vulnerabilities in the US economy, especially with the Fed in no rush to cut.

Have a great weekend.

FX news wrap June 14