The U.S. currency declined versus 13 of its 16 major counterparts on speculation the Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee meeting tomorrow will say it's considering further measures to keep borrowing costs low. Australia's dollar climbed toward a two-year high against the greenback after central bank Governor Glenn Stevens said the biggest mining boom in a more than a century will stoke the economy.
'Apart from the focus on U.S. housing market data, the FOMC will see the market looking for signs that the Fed is inching closer to any further quantitative-easing measures, potentially putting the dollar at a disadvantage,' said Emmanuel Ng, a currency strategist at Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. in"
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NOTE: One report says housing more stable and improving and others say weaker... sigh