The euro hit a six-month high versus the US dollar on Tuesday after the region produced stronger-than-expected economic data.
According to the Telegraph, eurozone PMI surveys showed the bloc's firms are on their strongest run since 2011, hitting a score of 56.8. On the news, the euro rose to $1.127, a 6.5% rise since the beginning...
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