The Euro Just Got WHOMPED

From FinViz, here’s the Euro vs. the dollar:

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Photo: FinViz

It’s not totally clear what’s behind the move, but a WSJ report about how Greek creditors were at “loggerheads” may be a culprit.

It could be something else. Spanish yields are also notably higher on the day.

As noted earlier, the drop in the euro is part of a broader “risk off” move.

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