EUR/USD trims some of its overnight gains in a fall to 1.1946
The bond market is certainly wasting no time in responding to the Fed as Treasury yields surge higher to start European morning trade. In turn, that is seeing the dollar catch a wave of bids across the board with EUR/US falling from 1.1980 levels
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