Early North American trade on 01.11.2018: EUR/USD, USDX

Early North American trade on 01.11.2018: EUR/USD, USDX
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    On Thursday, the euro closed the European trade with gains, winning back some of its earlier losses.
    The euro/dollar pair rebounded to the level of 1.1400.
    Later, the most popular currency pair made a downward correction to 1.1390.
    The US dollar index halted its decline in the North American session, trading at near 95.45.
    One of the market-moving reports was the US manufacturing PMI
    from the Institute for Supply Management.
    Investors hesitated to increase long bets on the US dollar in light of a report from the US Labor Department.
    The number of initial jobless claims rose more than expected.
    The report reads that the number of first-time claims edged down to 214,000 last week,
    a decrease from the previous week's revised level of 216,000.
    On Friday, the US is due to release the government nonfarm payrolls for October
    which will determine further market sentiment on the greenback.
    Meanwhile, experts do not dare to predict how the US dollar will close the trading week.
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