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Hi, I’m Martin Smith and this is your UFX Markets Week in Review. Today, we will cover
some of the major events of the past week and discuss how they impact the global currency
markets. American employers hired more workers than
forecast in October, however the jobless rate still grew, due to an influx of people joining
the labor force. In the USA payrolls expanded by 171,000 following a 148,000 gain in September
that was larger than estimated, figures from the Labor Department indicated. The unemployment
rate increased to 7.9 percent. The Dollar advanced to a six month high versus
the yen after the last jobs reports before next week’s election indicated that hiring
in the USA increased more than forecast and that consumer confidence in the USA rose to
a four-year high. The Japanese currency declined as economic weakness heightened speculation
that the Bank of Japan will increase monetary stimulus.
The US Dollar was last trading at the level of 80.40 against the Japanese yen which is
an increase of 0.35%. The Dollar strengthened to a one month high
versus the euro on confirmation that the euro zone’s manufacturing sector contracted in
October. The Dollar was last trading at the level of
1.2831 against the euro which is a decrease of

The British Pound extended a decline against the US Dollar after a report indicated that
US employers added more jobs in October than forecast by economists. UK government bonds
declined with the yield increasing by three basis points.
The British Pound was trading at the level of 1.6022 last Friday which is a decrease
of -0.66%. Crude Oil declined to its lowest level in
almost four months with the shutdown of refineries on the US East Coast due to Hurricane Sandy.
Oil was trading at the level of 84.86 last Friday which is a decrease of -2.56%.
Gold traders are the most bullish in ten weeks as central banks pledge to do more to spur
economic growth. The Gold price increased on speculation that fiscal stimulus in the
USA, Europe and Japan is enhancing the appeal of the metal as an alternative to currencies.
Gold was last trading at the level of 1,677.60 which is a decrease of -2.12%.
Well, that is all the time we have for today. I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s review
and you'll join us next week. Until then, be sure to visit us at UFXMarkets.com for
all of your online trading needs. For UFXMarkets, I’m Martin Smith. Good luck and happy trading.

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