The greenback closed the day generally lower, as commodities and equities traded with a firmer tone during the first half of the day.
Trading volume, however, was low amid a Japanese holiday, situation that extended all through the day, aided by a scarce macroeconomic calendar.
With little news around and the FED and BOJ’s meetings around the corner, investors held in cautious mode.
A minor economic release in the EU showed that the current account surplus in the area declined from €29.5 billion in June to €21 billion in July, putting at risk any growth’s perspective in the region.
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